Here are the latest posts about Hearst on Writers Write:
Hearst Evaluating Plans for O, The Oprah Magazine Print Edition (2020-07-28): Hearst says it is evaluating plans for the frequency of the print version of O, The Oprah Magazine for 2021. It denies the print version is ending this year.
Verizon and Hearst Enter Agreement to Acquire Complex (2016-04-18): Verizon and Hearst have announced a joint agreement to acquire Complex in a 50/50 ownership structure. Rich Antoniello will remain CEO.
Hearst Planning New Print Magazine Launch in 2016 (2015-01-05): Hearst is planning to launch a new print magazine early next year according to AdAge.
Cameron Connors Named Publisher of Popular Mechanics (2014-03-29): Cameron Connors has been named publisher of Popular Mechanics magazine, which is published by Hearst.
Dr. Oz and Hearst Planning Self-Help Magazine (2013-07-02): Dr. Oz and Hearst are reportedly working on a new self-help magazine. The magazine could launch early next year.
Hearst Reduces Harper's Bazaar Publishing Frequency to 10 Issues Per Year (2011-09-21): Heart is going to reduce the number of issues of Harper's Bazaar it published in 2012 to just 10 issues.
Hearst Magazines and Chic Simple Announce Partnership (2002-02-07): Hearst Magazines and Chic Simple Ltd.
Rule 660 and Hearst Magazines Announce Action Sports Magazine (2000-08-23): Rule 660 Communications, Inc.
Hearst Completes Purchase of the San Francisco Chronicle (2000-07-28): The Hearst Corporation has announced that it has completed its
purchase of the San Francisco Chronicle from The Chronicle
Publishing Company and the sale of the San Francisco Examiner
to ExIn, LLC.
Hearst and NewStar Announce Redbook Line of Audiobooks (1999-10-15): Hearst Magazines and NewStar
Ellen Kunes Named Editor-in-Chief of New Oprah Winfrey Magazine (1999-08-25): Hearst Magazines President Cathleen P.
The Hearst Corporation to Purchase the San Francisco Chronicle (1999-08-09): The Hearst Corporation and The Chronicle Publishing Company have
jointly announced that agreement has been reached for the
acquisition by Hearst of the San Francisco Chronicle, a
morning newspaper published and distributed in the San
Francisco Bay Area.
Hearst Magazines Introduces CosmoGIRL (1999-06-24): Hearst Magazines, publisher of Cosmopolitan,
has announced the company will introduce a new teen title
under the Cosmopolitan name.
Women.com and Hearst Join Forces to Form Online Network for Women (1999-01-28): Women.
Hearst New Media's HomeArts Network Becomes Anchor Tenant On AOL (1998-06-24): Hearst New Media and AOL Interactive Services, the Internet online
services division of America Online Inc.
Hearst New Media Unveils MoneyMinded 2.0 (1998-04-15): Hearst New Media and Technology today unveiled
Hearst Magazines and IDG Form to Publish Cosmopolitan in China (1998-04-03): Hearst Magazines and Boston-based publisher IDG announced a
first-of-a-kind joint venture to publish Cosmopolitan in
China through a partnership with Trends Lady magazine.
Hearst Magazines Names David Granger Editor-in-Chief of Esquire (1997-06-02): Hearst Magazines President Cathleen