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Dialogue 11/07/23 Hacking scandal investigation deepens

07-23-2011 22:06 BJT


As the investigation of phone hacking and bribery at Rupert Murdoch's newspapers widens, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced the creation of a panel to investigate the culture and practices of British newsrooms. He called it naive to think that phone hacking was limited to Murdoch-owned newspapers, and declared that broadcasters and social media would also be examined. The backlash against the powerful media mogul is growing, and concerns are rising as to whether the scandal can stay contained to Europe.

Dialogue 2011-07-23 Hacking scandal investigation deepens

Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guest Speakers:

Zhang Lifen, Chief editor of

Yoichi Shimatsu, Former editor of the Japan Times

Online Guest:

Richard Bestic, CCTV Correspondent

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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