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A look at some of the holdings of Twenty-First Century Fox and News Corp

06/11/2015 06:06 EDT | Updated 06/11/2016 05:59 EDT
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. are information and news giants that own large numbers of well-known publications, networks, and other properties. When the companies split in 2013, News Corp. became the home of the publishing business, and other assets like TV networks and the film studio became Twenty-First Century Fox.

News Corp.'s holdings include:

The Wall Street Journal and New York Post newspapers

Publishing and financial information company Dow Jones

Vogue and GQ magazines

HarperCollins Publishers

The Times of London, The Sunday Times and The Sun newspapers

The Australian and The Herald Sun

Twenty-First Century Fox owns:

The studio Twentieth-Century Fox Film

Fox Networks, Fox News, Fox Broadcasting, Fox Sports, Fox Business and FX

European satellite TV company Sky

Media and entertainment company Star India

It also has majority control of the regional entertainment sports network Yes and is a partner in National Geographic Channels and the Big Ten Network

Source: News Corp. and Twenty-First Century Fox websites and Securities and Exchange Commission filings.