Chase Carey

Deputy Chairman, President & COO
News Corporation

Carey oversees diversified global operations for News Corporation. His territory spans five continents, and his responsibilities cover the production and distribution of film and television programming; television, satellite and cable broadcasting; newspaper and book publishing; and digital media. He also sits on News Corp.’s Board of Directors. He’s been in the News Corp. family for some time, working at various divisions of Fox and for News Corp.’s worldwide television business and international satellite operations. His stint at DIRECTV – he was president and CEO, and then served on the board – was only a slight aberration.

Posts With Chase Carey


The Disequilibrium of Power: How Retransmission Consent Went So Wrong, and How to Fix It

Local broadcast retransmission consent legislation was never intended to fund NFL rights acquisition and prime-time network programming.

Time Warner Cable Says It’s Blocking Some Programmers from the Web — But It’s Still Not Holding Up Web TV

The country’s second-biggest cable TV operator is blocking some TV networks from selling to “over the top” Web video guys like Intel. But it can’t stop the biggest networks.
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Can Congress Blow Up the TV Bundle? John McCain Is Going to Try — Again.

Everyone says they want a la carte TV — at least in theory. But there’s no way to get it unless the industry collapses or the laws change.
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News Corp. Threatens to Pull Fox off the Airwaves if Aereo Wins

Goodbye, free TV?
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News Corp. Shutters The Daily iPad App

Official cause of death: The News Corp. corporate split. The real problem: A flawed concept.

Exclusive: Digital Chief Jon Miller Leaving News Corp.

His departure brings into focus the fate of News Corp.’s overall digital strategy in an upcoming new structure.

News Corp. Explains Its Big Split

News Corp. has officially announced its impending divorce from itself. Now some of its executives will field a few questions from investors (but not reporters).


News Corp. Mulls Splitting in Two

Nearly a year after the newspaper hacking scandal rocked Rupert Murdoch’s empire, the conglomerate considers the split investors have been clamoring for.

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James Murdoch Leaves News Corp. Publishing Unit

More fallout from PhoneGate: News Corp. executive James Murdoch has “relinquished his position” as executive chairman head of News International, the conglomerate’s British newspaper unit. News Corp., which also owns this Web site, says News International chief executive Tom Mockridge will stay on and report to News Corp. chief operating officer Chase Carey. James Murdoch “will continue to assume a variety of essential corporate leadership mandates, with particular focus on important pay-TV businesses and broader international operations,” according to his father, News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch.

News Corp.’s Carey: Hacking Scandal Made for a Difficult Year (Video)

News Corp COO Chase Carey addressed phone hacking, SOPA and digital distribution in a discussion with Walt Mossberg at D: Dive Into Media. And he did it all with a fantastic mustache.
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Google Goes Big With Its Hulu Bid

Apple Pulls the Plug on TV Rentals