San Antonio Magazine acquired by Hearst

The following was sent out from San Antonio Magazine has been acquired by the parent company of the San Antonio Express-News, which is now operating the 18-year-old publication. Mark Medici, publisher of the Express-News, announced the acquisition Thursday. No terms were disclosed regarding Hearst Newspapers’ deal with Open Sky Media, which founded the magazine in […]

Hearst Newspapers seeks fellows for 2024 National Hearst Journalism Fellowship Program

The Fellowship is a two-year program focusing on journalism in a changing digital world. This program consists of two 12-month rotations at our top metro papers – San Francisco, Houston, San Antonio, Albany, and one of our papers in Connecticut. Fellows will receive training, mentoring and real-world experience alongside top journalists who are using cutting-edge […]

StarTribune hires one, promotes two

The StarTribune in Minneapolis has appointed Maria Reeve managing editor, daily news. As per reports: “In her leadership role, Reeve will be responsible for overseeing the Star Tribune’s daily news operations, including the new Today Desk effort focused on breaking and trending news. Her work will spearhead a renewed focus for the company to provide […]

Hearst president: Quality-focused journalism drives success

As per Hearst Newspapers president Jeff Johnson, the company has grown in challenging times as a result of it focusing on quality journalism essential to communities. Johnson said, “The mission of serving the readership and holding the powerful accountable and giving a voice to the powerless – those are important statements, and we believe in […]

Cardenas swaps Gannett for Hearst Newspapers

Jamie Cardenas has joined Hearst Newspapers as director of social media and engagement. Recently, Cardenas was a social media strategist and analyst for Gannett Local News. Before that, he served as a digital analyst and digital strategist – SEO and social media at Gannett | USA Today Network. He was a digital news editor – […]

Kim Fox swaps CalMatters for Hearst

Kim Fox, head of product strategy at CalMatters, a nonprofit news organization, will join Hearst Newspapers as director of product, reader experience. She begins in May. Previously, Fox has served as product director/managing editor for audience and innovation at The Philadelphia Inquirer. She was also a product editor at Bloomberg. In addition, she has held […]

Hearst Newspapers buys stake in Buffalo-based agency

Tod Martin is selling a strategic equity stake in the region’s largest marketing and communications firm to Hearst Newspapers, part of Hearst Corp.’s global media conglomerate, reports Buffalo News. The deal has given the Martin Group a considerable cash injection and corporate backing. Simultaneously, the new partnership will also allow for Martin Group to expand […]