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United States newspaper publisher whose introduction of large headlines and sensational reporting changed American journalism (1863-1951)

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He then turned his attention to Hadl, adding, "Stefan has proven to be an outstanding leader at every assignment, leading some of our premier television stations first as a director of engineering, and most recently working closely with Marty setting the course for the technological future of Hearst Television.
Hearst has nearly 30 years of experience in construction broking, underwriting, risk management and claims.
Terms of the transaction, for which Hearst received requisite regulatory approval earlier this week, were not disclosed.
Hearst's rapid transformation from kidnap victim to armed bank robber is still a matter of interest and debate--or so Jeffrey Toobin and his publishers hope.
It will benefit the nonprofit Friends of Hearst Castle, a preservation group.
In order to furnish these modern palaces and to process and store the art and architectural salvage that poured in from Europe, Hearst bought a five-storey warehouse in the Bronx in New York and formed the International Studio Art Corporation [ISAC], as a subsidiary of the Hearst Corporation, to buy works on his behalf and complete the documentation and customs clearances.
DreamWorks and Hearst said they plan to work together to support ATV's efforts to enter into new content channels, broaden its audience and expand its geographic reach.
Things have since gone quite well, given that last year Swartz became only the seventh CEO in Hearst's 126-year history.
Privately held Hearst is a major player in cable through its ownership of ESPN and A+E Television Networks in tandem with Disney.
Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corp., is a U.S.-based publisher of monthly magazines.
London, Jan 24 ( ANI ): The seven-decade long feud between Orson Welles and William Randolph Hearst over the movie 'Citizen Kane' seems to be ending as the newspaper baron's family has consented to show the film at Hearst Castle.
Patty's Got a Gun: Patricia Hearst in 1970s America.
Hearst described LMK, an acronym of Let Me Know, as a new digital service that "curates, designs and delivers the most authoritative content on any important person, place or thing."