Martin Dunn, now editor-in-chief of the New York Daily News, but previously a Murdoch executive as editor of Today, says: "Rupert's reputation was one of absolute dread. Everybody thought he was going to devalue the entire newspaper industry over here. There was that fear amongst journalists at the [Wall Street] Journal. The view of most people I've talked to is that he's improved the paper and there is a grudging respect for what he's done among what I would call the literati of US journalism."
Dunn says Murdoch is one of the few newspaper proprietors who is passionate enough about print to lead an industry effort to save it. "He wants to protect his titles. He is realistic about the problems newspapers face, but at least he'd doing something about it and putting his money where his mouth is".
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