Company Overview of Hearst Newspapers LLC
Hearst Newspapers LLC publishes daily and weekly newspapers in Texas, New York, and Michigan. The company offers online newspaper editions. It also engages in phone directory and yellow-pages publishing. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia. Hearst Newspapers LLC operates as a subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation.
700 12th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for Hearst Newspapers LLC
Chief Executive Officer of Hearst and President of Hearst
President of Houston Chronicle
President of Digital Media
Senior Vice President of Advertising
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Hearst Newspapers LLC Key Developments
Hearst Newspapers Names Robertson Barrett as President of Digital Media
Jan 6 16
Robertson (Rob) Barrett has been named president of digital media for Hearst Newspapers. Most recently, Barrett served as vice president of media strategy and operations at Yahoo where he managed content strategy and development across all Yahoo Media properties, including collaboration with Yahoo product divisions. In this new role, Barrett has responsibility for all digital development and product innovation of the next wave of news, information and entertainment across Hearst Newspapers’ local markets. Barrett is based at Hearst Tower in New York City and began in his new capacity on January 4, 2016. Previously, Barrett served as vice president of Yahoo News and Yahoo Finance. He served as chief strategy officer of Idealab's Perfect Market, a Comcast-backed venture, from 2010 to 2011, and prior, he served as executive vice president of Tribune Interactive, where he ran online properties in 40 U.S. markets. Barrett also held the role of senior vice president for digital at The Los Angeles Times.
Hearst Newspapers to Trim 72 Jobs
Dec 24 14
Hearst newspapers will lay off 72 production workers in February. Most of the jobs are related to inserting advertisements in the newspaper. A small portion is related to advance printing operations. The jobs eliminated include 16 full-time and 56 part-time positions. The jobs that will be eliminated are in Bridgeport. The Hartford Courant Media Group will take over the insert work, and some limited advance printing for Hearst's Connecticut papers.
Hearst Newspapers Appoints Jeff Bergin as Vice President of Vertical Strategy Development
Aug 4 14
Jeff Bergin has been named vice president of vertical strategy development for Hearst Newspapers. In this new role, Bergin will be responsible for identifying contemporary solutions to meet recruitment, real estate and automotive customer needs. Prior to this, he was senior vice president of advertising sales for the San Francisco Chronicle since 2009.
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