Rothermere


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Rothermere

Viscount. title of Harold Sidney Harmsworth. 1868--1940, British newspaper magnate
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in Polarized Times at the Rothermere American Institute (RAI) at the University of Oxford in the spring of 2013.
Viscount Rothermere, chairman of the company owning the newspapers, apologised after the Mail on Sunday reporter turned up uninvited to the event and said he did not believe the incident reflected the culture and practices of the Daily Mail or Mail on Sunday.
The Labour leader, meanwhile, stepped up his demand for the paper's owner, Lord Rothermere, to mount a full inquiry into his organisation's culture and practices.
I didn't know Ralph, but I did know the father of the Daily Mail's present owner, the fourth Lord Rothermere.
Miliband stepped up his demand for the paper's owner, Lord Rothermere, to mount a full inquiry into his organisation's practices the Mail on Sunday sent reporter to his uncle's private memorial service.
Mark Hampton argues that Northcliffe, and Beaverbrook and Rothermere after him, transformed the model of the British newspaper from the previous 'educative' and then 'representative' one of the mid and late nineteenth century to a 'market, or libertarian' one.
ROTHERMERE OFFERS TO BUY REST OF DAILY MAIL AND GENERAL'S VOTING STOCK
The second volume shows Eliot hard at work on his journal, which was supported first by Eliot's longtime patron Lady Rothermere and later by Faber itself.
Instead, she married Viscount Rothermere, Esmond Harmsworth, proprietor of the Daily Mail.
Further testimony today will come from Lord Rothermere, chairman of Daily Mail and General Trust, which owns the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.
Britain's Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) is holding a leadership gathering in the UAE capital, bringing together its senior management - including group chairman, Lord Rothermere (pictured), and group chief executive, Martin Morgan - as well as the group's key strategic advisors.