Hearst Magazines Corporation publishes monthly magazines in the United States and internationally. It publishes various U.S. titles and international editions; and operates Web sites and mobile sites. The company was founded in 1903 and is based in New York, New York with offices worldwide. Hearst Magazines Corporation operates as a subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation.
300 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Founded in 1903
Hearst Magazines Announces Executive Changes Effective January 1, 2015
Dec 29 14
Hearst Magazines announced that Thomas Ghareeb has been appointed vice president and controller, replacing Fred Hanft, who is retiring after more than four decades of dedicated service to the company. Ghareeb, starting in his new role on January 1, 2015 will oversee the accounting, budget, forecast, financial reporting and billing for Hearst Magazines. He will report to Hearst Magazines SVP of Finance Jack Rohan. With a career at Hearst Magazines spanning 25 years, Ghareeb has been assistant controller of budget and forecasting at Hearst Magazines since 2005. Previously, he was assistant controller of general accounting and prior to that, director of accounting. Ghareeb started at Hearst Magazines as staff accountant in 1989.
Acxiom Announces an Expanded Relationship with Hearst Magazines
Oct 23 14
Acxiom announced an expanded relationship with Hearst Magazines. Under the terms of this new agreement, Acxiom will be responsible for bringing Hearst Magazines' marketing services platform to the cloud. Acxiom will lead the migration of Hearst's database hardware and software to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Building on a successful partnership, Acxiom will help Hearst transition to the cloud, in order to create a more streamlined, effective workflow to support to Hearst's marketing and sales structure.
Hearst Magazines Corporation Announces Executive Changes
Sep 30 14
Hearst Magazines Corporation has appointed Jayne Jamison, formerly vice president and publishing director of Redbook and Seventeen, as senior vice president and publisher of O, The Oprah Magazine. Sue Katzen has been appointed publisher of Redbook. She had been associate publisher, advertising, of Cosmopolitan. Jill Seelig, formerly senior vice president, publisher of O, The Oprah Magazine, will take on a new role as senior vice president, corporate development, magazine publishing. The appointments are effective immediately, and all three report to Michael A. Clinton, president, marketing and publishing director of Hearst Magazines. Jamison has been vice president, publisher and chief revenue officer of Seventeen since 2003, and was named publisher of Redbook in 2013, a position she held previously from 1997 to 2003. Seelig spent 15 years at O, The Oprah Magazine, 13 as publisher. Sue Katzen had been associate publisher, advertising, of Cosmopolitan since 2005. Before that, she was associate publisher of Cosmo Girl! from 2003 to 2005 and advertising director at Woman's Day from 1999 to 2002. Katzen started her career in advertising agencies Wells, Rich and Greene and Chiat/Day. Seelig spent 15 years at O, The Oprah Magazine, 13 as publisher.