At the B&C OnScreen Media Summit in Manhattan this morning, News Corp. COO and deputy chairman Chase Carey said of the Fox News/White House fight, “It’s probably been PR and marketing we couldn’t have bought.”
Meanwhile, Nile Gardiner, who often appears as a talking head on U.S. cable news channels, writes in the UK’s Daily Telegraph, “The White House’s extraordinary assault on the Fox News Channel will end in tears – and not for Rupert Murdoch.
Jay Leno even worked the fight into his monologue last night. Clip after the jump…
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