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This just in...: Media watchdog David Brock buys $86,000 lunch with Rupert Murdoch

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Rupert Murdoch, 2010. (Don Emmert/AFP via Getty Images)

Surprise! Rupert Murdoch offered himself up as a lunch date in an online charity auction -- and was won on Thursday by David Brock, the liberal founder of media-critiquing watchdog Media Matters for America, which frequently trains its sights on Murdoch's Fox News. Brock bid $86,000, which will go to a poverty-awareness group. In a statement, Brock said he'd be contacting Murdoch's office to set up a time and place.

By The Reliable Source  | November 12, 2010; 1:04 AM ET
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