Malaysia Airlines Flight: Rupert Murdoch Tweets

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Australian-born media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, took to Twitter over the weekend to offer his theory on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370.

According to Businessweek, Murdoch's empire is vast.

"His satellites deliver TV programs in five continents, all but dominating Britain, Italy, and wide swaths of Asia and the Middle East. He publishes 175 newspapers, including the New York Post and The Times of London. In the U.S., he owns the Twentieth Century Fox Studio, Fox Network, and 35 TV stations that reach more than 40% of the country…His cable channels include fast-growing Fox News, and 19 regional sports channels. In all, as many as one in five American homes at any given time will be tuned into a show News Corp. either produced or delivered."

Murdoch has nearly a half million followers on Twitter.

He followed that tweet with another.

Earlier in the investigation into the fate of the Malaysia Airlines missing plane, Murdoch tweeted this:

Many have taken to social media with all kinds of theories about the Flight MH370.

Theories abound.

Even ABC News theorized the plane may have landed on a remote island.

What do you think about the mystery surrounding MH370?

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Pam Wright