New School vs. Old School: How New Media Billionaires Compare with Old Media Billionaires

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New infographic on compares the new media billionaires with the old media billionaires.

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A new infographic from compares the wealth of those who made their fortunes from "new" media vs. "old" media.

Revolution was an understatement.

A new article published today on compares the net worth of the “new media” billionaires with those who made their fortunes from founding “old media” empires.

The article, titled “New School vs. Old School: How New Media Billionaires Compare with Old Media Billionaires”, features an infographic created by, pitting the founders of Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and others against their counterparts at News Corporation, Cablevision Systems and other “old media” empires.

“What truly fascinates me is that Larry Page and Sergey Brin each have double the net worth of Rubert Murdoch,” said Long. “Double the net worth of Rupert Murdoch is no small thing. Revolution was an understatement.”

The founders of Google weren’t the only billionaires to top the founder of News Corporation. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg also came out ahead at $13.3 billion of net worth.

To read the full blog post and view the infographic, readers can visit

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