Company Overview of Harman Newsweek LLC
Harman Newsweek LLC publishes magazine print editions in Japanese, Korean, Polish, and Spanish, as well as an English language international edition. It also provides digital edition. The company provides analysis of politics, technology, business, and culture. Harman Newsweek LLC was founded in 1933 and is based in New York, New York. Harman Newsweek LLC is a former subsidiary of The Washington Post Company.
7 Hanover Square
New York, NY 10004
Founded in 1933
Key Executives for Harman Newsweek LLC
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Harman Newsweek LLC Key Developments
Newsweek Announces Appointments to Editorial Team
Jan 6 16
Newsweek announced hires to its editorial team as it seeks to continue to deliver ground-breaking intelligence and entertainment to a discerning media audience. The hires come as parent company IBT Media UK. Serena Kutchinsky has been appointed Digital Editor of Newsweek Europe. She comes from Prospect Magazine where she was Digital Editor. Kutchinsky was also the Assistant Digital Editor of the Sunday Times. She has worked at Condé Nast, Time Out and thelondonpaper and is an expert on digital culture, politics and gender - frequently chairing debates at events such as the Hay literary festivals, the Edinburgh Book Festival and BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival. Kutchinsky will be leading the growing digital team and helping to plan Newsweek's strategy for growth. Graham Smith has been hired as Kutchinsky's Deputy Online News Editor and joins Newsweek from businesstraveller.com. Smith spent many years at the Mail Online. Anthony Cuthbertson will also be joining Newsweek Europe in January. He made his mark last year at the International Business Times UK, IBT Media's news offering which focuses on the multitude of forces shaping the 21st century's borderless global economies. Cuthbertson was part of an editorial team at IBT UK.
Newsweek LLC and ARY Digital Network Announce Partnership to Publish Newsweek Middle East
Jan 21 15
Newsweek LLC announced it is continuing to expand globally through an exclusive licensing partnership with ARY Digital Network to publish Newsweek Middle East, a localized newsweekly magazine that will be printed in English and Arabic. A historically strong licensing brand, Newsweek has already established international editions through foreign licensing partnerships to meet the growing global demand for Newsweek. Newsweek Middle East will be the eighth international edition; other international editions are distributed in Japan, South Korea, Latin America, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia and the United Kingdom. ARY Digital Network is one of the world's fastest growing satellite networks, which includes bilingual news channel ARY News, and this partnership marks the company's entry into print media. Empirical Media, which pursues and facilitates foreign license partnerships to publish Newsweek in targeted markets, served as an advisor in the formation of Newsweek Middle East.
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