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Hearst is a company that publishes monthly magazines. It publishes various U.S. titles and international editions and operates web sites and mobile sites. The Company owns a variety of newspapers, magazines, television channels, and television stations, including the San Francisco Chronicle, the Houston Chronicle, Cosmopolitan, and Esquire.
HQNew York, NY, US
Employee Ratings3.8
Overall CultureC-

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Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)2,620
Job Openings305
Revenue (Y, 2018)$10.8 B
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Hearst

Steven R. Swartz

Steven R. Swartz

President & CEO
William R. Hearst

William R. Hearst

Chairman of the Board
Frank A. Bennack

Frank A. Bennack

Executive Vice Chairman & Former CEO
Mark E. Aldam

Mark E. Aldam

Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Richard P. Malloch

Richard P. Malloch

Executive Vice President for Business Media
Mitchell Scherzer

Mitchell Scherzer

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
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Hearst Office Locations

Hearst has offices in New York, Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Birmingham and in 5 other locations
New York, NY, US (HQ)
300 W 57th St
Ann Arbor, MI, US
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Atlanta, GA, US
Atlanta, GA, USA
Birmingham, AL, US
Birmingham, AL, USA
Charlotte, NC, US
Charlotte, NC, USA
Chicago, IL, US
Chicago, IL, USA
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Hearst Financials and Metrics

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Hearst Revenue

Hearst's revenue was reported to be $10.8 b in Y, 2018

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Hearst Operating Metrics

Hearst's Unique Visitors was reported to be 102.7 m in Aug, 2018.
Jul, 2015Sep, 2015Aug, 2016Oct, 2016Sep, 2017Oct, 2017Aug, 2018Oct, 2018

Television Stations




Unique Visitors

59.8 m79.7 m74.5 m102.7 m
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Hearst Cybersecurity Score

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Hearst Online and Social Media Presence

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Hearst Company Culture

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Hearst News and Updates

Verizon Fios customers may be impacted by Hearst Television’s unreasonable demands

NEW YORK, Dec. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Verizon has begun notifying some Fios customers that, due to Hearst Television demanding unreasonably large rate increases that might force customers to pay more to access the same content, Verizon may soon be forced to stop offering channels owned by He…

Hearst Bay Area Launches Matching Marketing Fund, Designed to Accelerate Business and Nonprofit Recovery in 2021

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The San Francisco Chronicle, Northern California’s largest newspaper, announced today a Matching Marketing fund created to help businesses and nonprofit communities advertise through the impacts of COVID-19 and the hardships faced in 2020 and into 2…

Oracle BrandVoice: How Hearst Rebuilt Its Finance And HR Processes From The Studs Up

By moving to Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite, the diversified media and information services company gained a level of insight not possible before.

Hearst is folding digital ad firm iCrossing into its magazine division, 10 years after buying it for $325 million

Summary List PlacementHearst is quietly folding digital marketing agency iCrossing into the rest of its magazine operation. The agency will become part of a new Hearst Solutions and Services group, a team of iCrossing, production studio HearstMade, and magazine staffers that work on behalf of ad c…

Hearst faces an age and gender discrimination lawsuit

Summary List PlacementHi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for September 25. I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Send me feedback or tips at ljohnson@businessinsider.com. Today's news: Forme…

Troy Young, President of Hearst Magazines, Named Chairman of IAB Board of Directors

PALM DESERT, Calif., Feb. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- IAB, the national trade association for the digital media and marketing industries, today announced that it has elected Troy Young, President of Hearst Magazines, as Chairman of the trade organization's Board of Directors. Young has served...
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Hearst Blogs

Hearst Chief Investment Officer Roger Paschke Analyzes Consumer Debt

How big of an issue is debt for American consumers?Roger Paschke: In a recent report from the New York Federal Reserve Bank, household debt levels...

Hearst Acquires Print & Digital Assets of Seven Weekly Newspaper Brands From Hersam Acorn Newspapers, LLC

NEW YORK, October 18, 2018 – Hearst today announced it has acquired the print and digital assets of seven weekly newspaper brands from Hersam Acorn...

Matt Derienzo Named Vice President of News & Digital Content at Hearst Connecticut Media Group

NEW YORK, October 15, 2018—Hearst Newspapers today announced that Matt DeRienzo has been named vice president of news and digital content at Hearst...

Hearst Magazines Announces New Editorial and Publishing Leadership Roles

NEW YORK, October 10, 2018—Hearst Magazines today announced new roles and responsibilities across its portfolio of brands, which reflect an...

Hearst Chief Investment Officer Roger Paschke Looks at the Cost of Living Longer

What are the financial consequences of increasing life expectancy?Roger Paschke: To put this into context, the Center for Disease Control and...

Fitch Group Becomes a Wholly-Owned Hearst Business

NEW YORK, April 12, 2018 – Hearst announced today that it has purchased from Fimalac S.A. an additional 20 percent interest in global financial...
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Hearst Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Hearst founded?

    Hearst was founded in 1887.

  • Who are Hearst key executives?

    Hearst's key executives are Steven R. Swartz, William R. Hearst and Frank A. Bennack.

  • How many employees does Hearst have?

    Hearst has 2,620 employees.

  • What is Hearst revenue?

    Latest Hearst annual revenue is $10.8 b.

  • What is Hearst revenue per employee?

    Latest Hearst revenue per employee is $4.1 m.

  • Who are Hearst competitors?

    Competitors of Hearst include Meredith, New York Magazine and News Corp.

  • Where is Hearst headquarters?

    Hearst headquarters is located at 300 W 57th St, New York.

  • Where are Hearst offices?

    Hearst has offices in New York, Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Birmingham and in 5 other locations.

  • How many offices does Hearst have?

    Hearst has 9 offices.