We save more money in term deals and, you know, story costs and probably the lack of making pilots than we lose in potential advertisingChernin: WGA strike 'probably a positive' Nov 12, 2007
People will try to exercise all the leverage they canChernin: Apple should prepare for battle Sep 15, 2007
I never want to be in a position where I wake up a year from now and MySpace is the same then as it is todayNews Corp. plans to expand MySpace Dec 05, 2006
The NFL is the strongest sports franchise on television and has helped build and sustain Fox as a broadcast network in a variety of ways since 1994Analysis: NFL, TV still happily married Nov 09, 2004
Frank and Jamie McCourt have a remarkable enthusiasm for baseball and a profound commitment to communityLos Angeles Dodgers sold again Oct 10, 2003
Peter Chernin (Russian: Пётр Чернин, or Pyotr Chernin, born May 29, 1951 in Harrison, New York, of Jewish roots) is President and Chief Operating Officer of News Corporation, and Chairman and CEO of Fox Entertainment Group, a position he will hold until June 2009 (see below for note). In addition to the Fox duties, he is also a Corporate Director for American Express.
Chernin earned a B.A. in English literature from UC Berkeley.
According to The New York Times he is a major fund raiser for Senator Hillary Clinton.