Topic: Hearst Corp.

Hearst's Bennack Talks Electronic Revenue

CEO sends rare letter on eve of Hearst anniversary

Hearst Corp. expects its revenue to be nearly equally split between print and digital in 2012, the year the media company marks its 125th anniversary, CEO Frank Bennack Jr. said. “Our…

Oprah Magazine Takes a Big Hit

Sales dive after talk show goes off air

Since Oprah’s namesake show went off the air last September, her magazine’s newsstand sales have also faded from sight. Brass at Hearst, which publishes the 2.4 million circ O with Winfrey,…

Hearst Names First CTO

New hire Philip Wiser is a Sony veteran

Publisher and broadcaster Hearst Corp. has hired its first chief technology officer as it tries to expand its digital footprint. Former Sony executive Philip R. Wiser will start in the…

'Esquire' Ponders State of Men

Magazine editors discuss trends, women at global summit

On Thursday, editors-in-chief and publishers of Esquire’s worldwide editions gathered to ponder the state of men. The daylong meet-up at the Hearst Tower, called the Esquire Global Initiative, gave the…

Magazines in Tough Talks With Major Wholesaler

Publishers face potential rate hikes

Magazine wholesaling giant Source Interlink Cos. and publishers are locked in battle again, two years after Source’s demand for higher rates temporarily disrupted newsstand deliveries. It’s bad timing for publishers to…

Hearst Sells 'Cycle World'

Motorcycle title goes to Bonnier

Hearst Corp. has completed the sale of Cycle World to Bonnier Corp. Cycle World is a small title for motorcycle buffs that Hearst inherited, along with Elle, Car and Driver,…