Mark Medici joins Hearst Newspapers 6/11/18

Hearst Newspapers has named Mark Medici as executive vice president and chief marketing officer, a new position. Medici previously served as vice president of audience and newspaper operations at Cox Media Group.

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New management structure is announced for Hearst 2/12/18

Three longtime Hearst executives have been elected executive vice presidents of the corporation: Mark Aldam, who also assumes the title of chief operating officer; Rich Malloch, who becomes EVP for Business Media, and Mitch Scherzer, who adds EVP to his existing title of chief financial officer.

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Hearst Newspapers promotes two members of executive leadership team 2/12/18

Hearst Newspapers has announced that two members of the group's executive leadership team will be taking on expanded roles. Mike DeLuca, Hearst Newspapers senior vice president of digital and chief executive officer of LocalEdge, has been promoted to executive vice president of advertising sales. John McKeon, Houston Chronicle president and publisher, will become Hearst Newspapers executive vice president and Texas Newspapers president.

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Bridget Williams named to new position with Hearst 12/18/17

Bridget Williams has been named senior vice president, strategy and operations for Hearst Newspapers Digital Media. The announcement was made by Hearst Newspapers President Mark Aldam and Hearst Newspapers Digital Media President Robertson Barrett, to whom Williams will report.

In the new role, Williams will focus on growing direct and programmatic sales efforts and new revenue streams across Hearst Newspapers' stable of properties. In the past year, Hearst Newspapers has made several strategic acquisitions of local community newspapers, bringing quality digital reporting to new markets.

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There's a newspaper chain that's grown profits for the past 5 years, and it's looking to buy more papers 7/10/17

Founded by William Randolph Hearst in 1887, Hearst is slowly re-emerging anew as a newspaper company. Now owning 22 dailies – from New Haven to Albany to Houston to San Francisco – and 64 weeklies, Hearst now says it's in acquisition mode.

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Hearst acquires print, digital and local media assets of 21st Century Media Newspaper LLC 6/6/17

Hearst has acquired the Connecticut print and digital assets of 21st Century Media Newspaper, LLC, a Digital First Media company. The acquisition includes three daily newspapers – New Haven Register, The Middletown Press and The Register Citizen – as well as eight weekly newspapers, niche publications and Connecticut Magazine.

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David Ho to guide transformation of Hearst newsrooms 3/6/17

David Ho has been named vice president and executive editor, digital audience and news innovation, for Hearst Newspapers. The announcement was made by Hearst Newspapers President Mark Aldam and Hearst Newspapers Digital Media President Robertson Barrett, to whom Ho will report.

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Hearst Newspapers names Michael Sacks senior vice president of operations 12/5/16

Michael Sacks has been named senior vice president of operations for Hearst Newspapers. The announcement was made by Hearst Newspapers President Mark Aldam and Houston Chronicle President and Publisher John McKeon. Sacks begins his new position immediately and will report to Aldam.

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HearstLive brings never-before-seen storytelling power to Hearst Tower 10/4/16

Hearst unveiled a first-of-its-kind media installation at a recent street party at its New York City headquarters. In addition to the launch of the HearstLive content platform, the night included a surprise performance from American tap dancing legend Savion Glover and the arrivals of noteworthy talent and VIPs from across Hearst's media properties.

HearstLive is a street level display housed in the base of Hearst headquarters in the landmarked Hearst Tower. The vibrant widow installation showcases continuously updated news, entertainment and information at a scale that has never before been seen in New York City.

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Susan Lynch Pape named publisher of the San Antonio Express-News 9/12/16

Susan Lynch Pape has been named publisher of the San Antonio (Texas) Express-News. The announcement was made by Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst Newspapers President Mark Aldam. Lynch Pape will continue in her capacities as Texas Group chief financial officer at the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News, and will report to Aldam.

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