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Lachlan Murdoch
Not to be confused with Lachlan Murdoch (actor) Lachlan Keith Murdoch (/ˈlɒklən ˈmɜːrdɒk/; born 8 September 1971) is a British born Australian-American

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Not to be confused with Lachlan Murdoch (actor)

Lachlan Murdoch Murdoch in May 2013 Born Lachlan Keith Murdoch
(1971-09-08) 8 September 1971 (age 46)
London, England Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S. Nationality American
Australian Alma mater Princeton University Occupation Executive Chairman of Nova Entertainment
Executive Co-Chairman of 21st Century Fox
Co-Chairman of News Corp Spouse(s) Sarah O'Hare (m. 1999) Children 3 Parent(s)
  • Rupert Murdoch
  • Anna Murdoch Mann
  • Prudence Murdoch (half-sister)
  • Elisabeth Murdoch (sister)
  • James Murdoch (brother)
  • Keith Murdoch (grandfather)
  • Elisabeth Murdoch (grandmother)
  • Anna Torv (cousin)

Lachlan Keith Murdoch (/ˈlɒklən ˈmɜːrdɒk/; born 8 September 1971) is a British born Australian-American businessman and mass media heir. He is the executive chairman of Nova Entertainment, executive co-chairman of News Corp and 21st Century Fox, the founder of Australian investment company Illyria Pty Ltd, and a director of Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art.

  • 1 Early life and education
  • 2 Career
    • 2.1 News Corp executive
    • 2.2 Private investment activities
    • 2.3 Return to the family fold
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Ancestry
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 Further reading
  • 8 External links

Early life and education

Lachlan Murdoch was born on 8 September 1971 in London, England. He is the eldest son of Australian-born American media mogul Rupert Murdoch, and his second wife, Scottish journalist and author Anna Murdoch Mann. He was raised in New York City where his father owned the New York Post. He received his primary and secondary education at the Aspen Country Day School in Aspen, Colorado, Trinity School in New York City, and at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. In 1994, he graduated with a bachelor's degree from Princeton University.

Career News Corp executive

In 1989, Rupert Murdoch brought Lachlan Murdoch, then 18 years old, to Australia while on business, to have Lachlan trained for three months at the Daily Mirror. At the age of 22, Murdoch was appointed general manager of Queensland Newspapers, the publisher of Brisbane's Courier-Mail. One year later, he became publisher of Australia's first national paper, The Australian. In 1995 he was appointed Deputy CEO of News Limited, Executive Director of News Corporation in 1996, Deputy Chief Operating Officer in 2000; he was made Senior Executive Vice President from 1999 to 2000, and has been Chairman of STAR since 1995.

Encouraged to invest in One.Tel by his friend Australian businessman James Packer, the son of television network owner Kerry Packer, Murdoch was extensively criticised for encouraging News Corporation's multi-hundred million-dollar investment in the start-up telecommunications company. In April 2014, Murdoch and Packer agreed to an A$40 million settlement over the failure of One.Tel. The settlement was approved by the Supreme Court of New South Wales on 17 April 2014, with A$14.93 million to be paid by the Packer family's Consolidated Press Holdings, A$11.77 million to be paid by Packer's Crown Resorts and A$13.3 million to be paid by News Corp.

Murdoch led an initial $10.75 million investment, of which only $2.25 million was in cash, in REA Group, and subsequently championed the retention of the investment over the objections of those who wished to sell it. The company later emerged as Australia's market leader in online real estate advertising, and in 2014 was assessed as worth more than $3.6 billion to News Corp. With a personal interest in Australian rugby league, on 30 March 1995 Murdoch was at the first Super League meeting in the Atanaskovic Hartnell offices in Sydney. He and former Brisbane Broncos chief John Ribot signed up leading Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs players on documents which were not legally effective. Murdoch was the Broncos' number one ticket holder. For the year 2001, Murdoch earned a salary of A$2.59 million. In June 2005, Murdoch received the Press & Outdoor Advertising "Media Person of The Year" award in Cannes. Murdoch is one of the founding patrons (along with Anthony Pratt, Peter Lowy and Lisa Fox) of an organisation called "Advance", formerly known as the Young Australian Professionals in America.

In July 2005, the 33-year-old Murdoch abruptly resigned as an executive at the News Corp. The unexplained departure apparently dashed News Corp. Chief executive Rupert Murdoch's hopes that his son would one day take over as CEO of the global media empire, which includes the Twentieth Century Fox movie studio, the Fox television network, several satellite broadcasters, and newspapers in Britain, Australia, and the United States. Roger Ailes, the chairman of Fox News Channel, was named chairman of News Corp's group of television stations to succeed Murdoch junior. Media speculated that his brother, James Murdoch, the chief executive of UK satellite TV company BSkyB may succeed Rupert Murdoch. During his time as an executive at News Corp, Murdoch was the Deputy Chief Operating Officer of News Corporation (now 21st Century Fox). He had oversight of HarperCollins and the company's lines of business in Australia, including REA. He also served on the Board of Foxtel and as Chairman of Fox Television stations and was the publisher of the New York Post. He was appointed to the News Corp board in 1996.

Private investment activities

On leaving News Corp with a two–year non–compete agreement, Murdoch founded an Australian private investment company, Illyria Pty Ltd., and developed an eclectic mix of investments, with stakes in the Indian cricket team Rajasthan Royals, online DVD rental company Quickflix, toy marketer Funtastic and digital media company Destra. On 21 January 2008, Murdoch and James Packer announced that their companies, Illyria and Consolidated Press Holdings would seek to privatise the publicly-listed Consolidated Media Holdings. It was expected that the proposed A$3.3 billion deal would deliver Murdoch and Packer with private stakes in Foxtel, Fox Sports, and PBL Media, with the latter owning the Nine Network and ACP Magazines. Packer eventually decided to sell down his stake in media companies in a series of transactions between 2006 and 2008, and the deal with Murdoch collapsed.

In November 2009, Murdoch acquired 50% of Nova Entertainment via Illyria and he became Chairman. In September 2012 Illyria acquired the balance of shares it did not own.

In 2010, Packer purchased an 18% stake in Network Ten, quickly offloading half to Murdoch. Both Packer and Murdoch joined the Ten board. In February 2011, Murdoch was appointed acting CEO of Ten Network Holdings after the company's board terminated the contract of CEO Grant Blackley. The following month Packer unexpectedly resigned from the board. In February 2012, the Ten board appointed Murdoch non-executive chairman of Ten Network Holdings. Although Ten was already in some financial difficulties before Murdoch became CEO, by late 2012, on paper Illyria had lost A$110 million of the original A$150 million invested since 2010. The share price had fallen by about 80% and network profits had dropped by over half. In an attempt to control costs, Ten had reduced employment numbers by 160 people, and the problems were mainly attributed to falling advertising revenues and restructuring at the network. Ten purchased, at three times its original cost, the Australian rights for MasterChef from the Australian subsidiary of the Shine Group, itself a subsidiary of the News Corp–owned 21st Century Fox.

Return to the family fold

In March 2014 Murdoch was appointed as non-executive co-chairman of News Corp. and 21st Century Fox Inc. in a move that was seen as succession planning for the media empire. Murdoch stood aside as Chairman and a Director of Ten Network Holdings. In June 2015 he was named as Executive Chairman of 21st Century Fox.

Personal life

Murdoch married British-born Australian model/actress Sarah O'Hare in 1999. They have two sons, Kalan Alexander, born on 9 November 2004, and Aidan Patrick, born on 6 May 2006; and one daughter, Aerin Elisabeth, named for his sister and grandmother, born on 12 April 2010.

Prior to 2003, the Murdochs owned "Berthong", a house in Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, sold to Russell Crowe in 2003. In November 2009, Murdoch purchased "Le Manoir", a 4,097-square-metre (44,100 sq ft) mansion in Bellevue Hill for $23 million; and purchased an adjoining 1,049-square-metre (11,290 sq ft) property two years later.

Ancestry Ancestors of Lachlan Murdoch                                     16. James Murdoch               8. Patrick John Murdoch                       17. Helen Garden               4. Keith Murdoch                             18. George Brown               9. Annie Brown                       19. Mary               2. Rupert Murdoch                                   20. William Henry Greene               10. Rupert Greene                       21. Fanny Covett               5. Elisabeth Greene                             22. Robert Forth               11. Marie Grace de Lancey Forth                       23. Anne Thomson Ware               1. Lachlan Murdoch                                         24. Taniel Tõrv               12. Jaan Tõrv                       25. Ann Köösel               6. Jacob Tõrv                             26. Jakob Tõnisson               13. Anna Tõnisson                       27. Anna Jürgens               3. Anna Torv                                   7. Sylvia Braida                           See also
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Further reading
  • Wendy Goldman Rohm Murdoch Mission (2002). Interviews with various Murdoch family members
  • Neil Chenoweth Virtual Murdoch (2001). Mainly about Rupert Murdoch
  • Paul Barry, Rich Kids, Bantam Books, 2002, ISBN 1-86325-338-6
  • Kirkpatrick, David, "Murdoch Gets a Jewel. Who'll Get His Crown?" New York Times, 28 December 2003.
  • Milliken, Robert, "Lachlan Murdoch; Heir to the Sun and Sky", The Independent (London), 7 May 1995.
  • Pappu, Sridhar, "Lachlan Murdoch, Spiky Punk Heir Right for Post?" New York Observer, 24 November 2003.
  • Salamon, Julie, "Television: An American Story; A Family That Tried to Be Both Rich and Good", New York Times, 1 October 2000.
External links
  • Appearances on C-SPAN
  • Lachlan Murdoch on Charlie Rose
  • Murdoch, Lachlan (12 May 2008). 2002 Andrew Olle Media Lecture (transcript) (Speech). Westin Hotel, Sydney: Australia: ABC Local Radio. 
  • "Lachlan Murdoch collected news and commentary". The New York Times. 
  • Strupp, Joe (16 December 2002). "Murdoch, the Next Generation". Editor & Publisher. 
  • Totaro, Paula (March 2012). "The reluctant son". The Monthly. 
  • "Statement of Changes of Beneficial Ownership". U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission. News Corp. 8 December 2009. 
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Murdoch Mysteries: Season 6
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Murdoch Mysteries, Season Five
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Forensic sleuthing in the age of invention “Victorian CSI” —The Wall Street Journal As seen on public television Based on novels by Maureen Jennings “A terrific procedural police drama” —The Philadelphia Inquirer Smart and engaging, this award-winning mystery series centers on brilliant detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye), a pioneer of crime-solving technologies in Victorian Toronto. Still reeling from a personal and professional crisis, Murdoch has taken up gold prospecting at the start of Season 5. Soon he’s back in detective mode, helping a woman accused of murder; investigating an Egyptian curse; experimenting with time travel; and crossing paths with Jack London, Henry Ford, and his idol, Alexander Graham Bell. Meanwhile, Dr. Ogden (Gemini® winner Hélène Joy, Durham County) hires a feisty new coroner, Dr. Emily Grace (Georgina Reilly, The L.A. Complex), who catches the eye of Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris, Hatching, Matching & Dispatching). Guest stars include Aaron Ashmore (Smallville), Peter Keleghan (The Red Green Show), Matthew Bennett (Battlestar Galactica), Lisa Faulkner (Murder in Suburbia), and opera star Measha Brueggergosman.

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Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye) of the Toronto police department pushes the boundaries of Victorian-era criminal science to solve baffling murders in this smart, compelling series. Season 4 pits the kindhearted cop against a would-be vampire, a costumed killer, and ruthless mobsters, inspiring him to whip up a slew of innovative crime-fighting techniques along the way. But while Murdoch nabs the culprits with the help of politically ambitious inspector Thomas Brackenreid (Thomas Craig, Where the Heart Is) and eager constable George Crabtree (Jonny Harris, Hatching, Matching & Dispatching), he struggles to subdue his feelings for former sweetheart Dr. Julia Ogden (Gemini winner Hélène Joy, Durham County). Nominated for 25 Gemini Awards, Murdoch Mysteries is a good-humored twist on crime procedurals. Guest stars include Victor Garber (Alias, Titanic), Simon Williams (Upstairs, Downstairs), Peter Keleghan (The Red Green Show), and Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper in a cameo.Forensic sleuthing in the age of invention.  As seen on public television and based on novels by Maureen Jennings.

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Murdoch Mysteries, Season One
Murdoch Mysteries, Season One
Combining the period appeal of Sherlock Holmes with the forensic fascination of CSI, this slick, stylish series has won fiercely loyal fans in the U.K. and Canada. In Victorian Toronto, handsome Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye) uses newfangled scientific techniques like finger marks to solve the city's most baffling murders. Helped by a pretty pathologist (Gemini-winner Hlne Joy, Durham County) and an eager protg (Jonny Harris, Hatching, Matching & Dispatching), he tries to win over his skeptical boss (Thomas Craig, Where the Heart Is) to his radical methods. Clever plot twists, sly wit, and references to historical figures add to the fun.

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You Are the Message: Getting What You Want by Being Who You Are
You Are the Message: Getting What You Want by Being Who You Are
Learn the secrets of communication that win elections, promotions, and customers, from Roger Ailes, media consultant to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and the founder of Fox News. When you communicate with others, everything that makes you unique comes into play. From your appearance to your voice, from your beliefs to your life experience, you're constantly sending signals about the kind of person you are. All of these signals, such as your facial expressions, your body movements, your vocal pitch, and more, are powerful and important in convincing others of your message.In You Are the Message, Roger Ailes argues that each and every one of us has the tools within us to persuade and influence others. And in this practical, sensible and entertaining book, you'll learn how to present a message so compelling that even your most stubborn detractor will see the merit of your ideas.

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