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Journalist with reputation for balanced interviews will join forthcoming streaming service
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Murdoch tackles patchy overseas reach in election year with channel aimed at 9m Americans abroad
Struggles at The New York Times show that journalists can no longer define the conversation
With the White House facing heavy criticism, the former vice-president leads the polls despite doing little campaigning
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