Question of the Day

Jun 12, 2014

Yesterday's question of the day asked: This influential press baron was known for ruling the British media with an iron fist during both World Wars. He also made the Daily Express the largest selling paper in the world after World War I. Who was he, and what was his formal title? That would be Max Aitken, also known as Lord Beaverbrook.

Congratulations to M. Edward Borasky, who triumphantly returns to claim his title as first to respond! Honorable mentions also go out to Eugene HuntCraig Pittman at the Tampa Bay TimesAmy B WangCarrie GrayCindi Lash of Pittsburgh MagazineEdward TennerKen Walker also of the Tampa Bay Timeseschuman and freelance journalist Amy Zipkin, for also getting it right!

And for today's question: This media baron has earned estimated net worth of $3.3 billion as the founder, chairman and managing director of Sun Group, which has become one of the largest media networks of India in a very short amount of time. Who is he?

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