Rothermere


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Rothermere

(ˈrɒðəˌmɪə)
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(Biography) Viscount. title of Harold Sidney Harmsworth. 1868–1940, British newspaper magnate
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The share giveaway also boosted Lord Rothermere's control of the company, lifting his family's stake in non-voting shares to 36 per cent.
Adam Smith is Professor of United States History at UCL, but from 1 August 2019 will be the Edward Orsborn Professor of US Politics and Political History and Director of the Rothermere American Institute (RAI) at the University of Oxford.
The old-style media moguls such as Lords Rothermere and Beaverbrook, and Mr Rupert Murdoch who thought they could use the press as a mouthpiece for their personal views should be relegated to the past.
ibrahim He received his PhD from the University of Cambridge and has previously been appointed an International Security Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, a World Fellow at Yale University and a Rothermere Fellow at the University of Oxford.
After seventeen years at the Daily Mail, he resigned as deputy editor after a disagreement with the aristocratic chairman of the newspaper Viscount Rothermere.
GEORDIE Greig will be the new editor of the Daily Mail, DMGT chairman Lord Rothermere has announced.
But in the U.K., for example, tabloids owned by Rupert Murdoch and Jonathan Harmsworth, better known as Lord Rothermere, did much more to sow opposition to the European Union before the Brexit vote.
In 2013, two men, Murdoch and Lord Rothermere, owned 52 percent of online and print news publications in the United Kingdom.
Theo Arson, the author of "Princess Margaret," detailed how the late princess shocked the other royals at a ball hosted by Lady Rothermere. "The princess grabbed the microphone from the startled leader of the band, whom she instructed to play songs by Cole Porter.
The views expressed by Max as a young man are not the views he holds now, just as the Rothermere family [owners of the Daily Mail] no longer uses its newspapers to support fascism."
The room was originally designed to be an apartment for Harold Harmsworth, the first Viscount Rothermere, who founded the Daily Mail Newspaper with his brother.
Among those whose heroism is recounted are Jamaican brothers Roy and Norman Manley, tank gunner Joe Miles, and Vere Harmsworth, son of Lord Rothermere.