When it comes time to woo potential advertisers, TV networks have their upfronts, digital publishers have their NewFronts and, for the past several years, Hearst Magazines has hosted an annual MagFront.
As the owner of Cosmopolitan, Elle and Esquire, Hearst is known for its globally-recognized media brands. But for its latest content play, the company is keeping things close to home. On Sept.
Joanna Coles' steady rise to the top at Hearst Magazines has reached a new high, with the well-regarded Cosmopolitan editor in chief (and two-time Adweek Hot List Editor of the Y
There's exciting news for design aficionados: Metropolitan Home, the much-loved Hachette shelter title that was shuttered in 2009, is headed back to newsstands this month thanks to Hearst, which acquired Hachette's U.S. titles in 2011.
TV’s top execs and brightest stars headed to L.A. for the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, magazines celebrated in style, and the tech world gathered in Las Vegas for […]
Hearst Magazines has finally found a replacement for House Beautiful editor in chief Newell Turner, who announced plans to step down more than two years ago when he was made editorial director of the company's Design Group. Today, the publisher named Sophie Donelson, a shelter magazine and lifestyle brand veteran, as the magazine's new top editor.
For the past several years, Hearst has handed out its annual Tower Awards to the magazines boasting the strongest business performance.
New York women will be getting a pleasant surprise on their way to work this morning. Starting today, Hearst will begin handing out copies of its newest print product, a free weekly magazine called TrendingNY, at commuter hubs throughout the city.
Redbook didn’t have to look far to find a replacement for editor in chief Jill Herzig, who announced last month that she was leaving to run Hearst’s newest title, Dr. Oz The Good Life.