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#sun Sydney Jacobson (196465, previously editor of the Daily Herald before the name change)Dick Dinsdale (196569)Larry Lamb (196972)Bernard Shrimsley (197275; Lamb was "editorial director", supervising both the Sun and News of the World)Larry Lamb (197580; Lamb took an enforced six-month sabbatical before being sacked by Murdoch)Kelvin MacKenzie (198194)Stuart Higgins (199498)David Yelland (19982003)Rebekah Wade (200309)Dominic Mohan (20092013)David Dinsmore (20132015)Tony Gallagher (2015)
#ucuz I Am... Sasha Fierce was released worldwide on November 18, 2008. Deluxe edition of the album was released simultaneously with the standard edition. Mathew Knowles, Beyonc's father and then-manager, held a listening party for the album in New York City on October 22, 2008. On June 16, 2009, Above and Beyonc: Video Collection & Dance Mixes was released as a combined CD and DVD. The release included a CD of dance remixes to the singles of the album (including the remix of "Ego" with rapper Kanye West) and the DVD features videos previously released for these singles. Finally, the platinum edition of I Am... Sasha Fierce was released in a list of selected countries in September 2009, featuring a CD and a DVD. It included a cover version of Billy Joel's song "Honesty" (1979). The deluxe edition of the album was re-issued in the United States on November 23, 2009, including all of the previously released songs in addition to the new songs "Poison", "Why Don't You Love Me", and the remix of "Video Phone" with Lady Gaga. An extended play (EP) titled I Am...Sasha Fierce the Bonus Tracks was released the same day, in several countries featuring aforementioned three new songs. In February 2010, the bonus track from the album's multiple re-releases, "Why Don't You Love Me", which served as a promotional single, climbed up the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart, eventually taking the top spot and becoming Beyonc's thirteenth number-one dance hit. On May 4, 2010, a full-length music video appeared online after its release as a promotional single.
#like4like "Like It Like That" debuted at number six on the ARIA singles chart, and reached number one in its fourth week of release, a position it held for two weeks. The song spent twenty five weeks in the top 50 of the ARIA Singles chart, including twelve weeks in the top ten. The single was Sebastian's fourth of six number one singles in Australia. Sebastian is the only Australian male artist to achieve six number one singles, and is third overall for all Australian acts. Only Delta Goodrem and Kylie Minogue have achieved more. "Like It Like That" was the highest selling Australian artist single of 2009, and the sixth highest seller overall. In January 2010 ARIA released information on the highest selling songs in Australia in the previous decade. "Like It Like That" placed at number 29, the sixth highest selling Australian artist song, with Sebastian's first single "Angels Brought Me Here" being named the highest selling song of the decade. Sebastian was one of only two Australian artists with more than one song in the top 100 songs. In 2014 "Like it Like That" reached 4 platinum certification.