Joseph Pulitzer and Rupert Murdoch
James McGrath Morris and Michael Wolff discussed the professional and private lives of Joseph Pulitzer and Rupert Murdoch. The authors… read more
James McGrath Morris and Michael Wolff discussed the professional and private lives of Joseph Pulitzer and Rupert Murdoch. The authors examined the differences and similarities between the two media heads, the way each changed journalism in their respective eras, and the great transformations in the media that occurred in the late nineteenth-century and the early twenty-first century. James McGrath Morris and Michael Wolff presented their books at the Strand Bookstore in New York City.
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