Scott Sassa, the Hearst Entertainment and Syndication president who abruptly left in March amid reports of an alleged sexting scandal, is featured several times within "Citizen Hearst," an upcoming…
William Randolph Hearst
Hearst Corp. is set to usher in its first new CEO in more than 30 years in June. The media conglom's board of directors met Wednesday to promote Steven Swartz to the top spot, succeeding Frank…
Hearst Castle, the inspiration for Xanadu in “Citizen Kane,” saw its movie role revisited Friday as the landmark hosted the West Coast premiere of Leslie Iwerks' documentary “Citizen Hearst.” About…
The 2012 Black List was compiled from the suggestions of over 290 film executives, each of whom contributed the names of up to 10 of their favorite scripts that were written or are somehow uniquely…
Corporate PR folk have many torments, but a new addition is an imperious CEO with a Twitter account. (One can only imagine what old-time media barons like William Randolph Hearst would have done with…
A provocative look at privilege, responsibility and one man's ability to take the law into his own hands.
A new feature doc about Hearst Corp., "Citizen Hearst," will world preem as part of the Hamptons Film Festival next month.
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.
Philip Kellogg, former Hollywood producer and William Morris Talent Agency motion picture head, died Feb. 5 in Beverly Hills of natural causes. He was 99, a month away from his 100th birthday.
It took 71 years, but "Citizen Kane" is finally coming to Hearst Castle.