Seventy-one years after Orson Welles' landmark "Citizen Kane" was released, it's finally been screened at Hearst Castle -- home to William Randolph Hearst, the movie's real-life Charles Foster Kane.
Hearst Corporation and reality TV impresario Mark Burnett have partnered to create a new production company, with Hearst acquiring an interest in Burnett's existing production business.
The Hearst Corp. on Wednesday named Steve Swartz, a senior newspaper executive at the company, as chief operating officer, a move that may give some hint to succession plans for longtime CEO Frank…
Lifetime is now in the A&E Television Networks fold.
The Hearst Corp. has upped T.R. "Rocky" Shepard III to president and Keith A. McCloat to VP, business manager of King Features Syndicate, distributor of comics and editorial features to some 5,000…
Three of the four owners of the Arts & Entertainment Network -- ABC, NBC and the Hearst Corp. -- have ponied up about $ 72 million for the rights to the 12.5 % of A&E owned by Radio City Music Hall.
William Randolph Hearst Jr. said he always lived in the shadow of his newspaper magnate father although he went on to become a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter himself. Hearst, who had a history of…
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