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Hearst

William Randolph. 1863--1951, US newspaper publisher, whose newspapers were noted for their sensationalism
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It will benefit the nonprofit Friends of Hearst Castle, a preservation group.
Ron was a part of Hearst for more than 15 years and our partner before that in his roles at Cap Cities, ABC and Disney, said Frank A.
The Hearst Family Trust, as the trust is commonly known, owns Hearst Corporation, one of the nation's largest diversified media companies.
The 105,000 s/f of office space, located on floors 2-4 in the building, could eventually serve as extremely convenient expansion space for Hearst in the event that the media giant grows beyond the confines of its stunning new headquarters.
A Canadian subsidiary, known as Hearst Ethanol One (HEO), has been formed for the purpose of designing, building and operating the plant.
The film chronicles that train wreck - the assassination of Oakland school superintendent Marcus Foster, the kidnapping of Hearst, the bizarre food programs begun by Randolph Hearst and his advisers to appease the SLA, the bank robberies, Patty's conversion to ``Tania'' and the televised 1975 shootout between the SLA and the LAPD - with an immediacy that will prove startling, even to those who were around at the time.
David Nasaw's remarkably fascinating book uses fresh material drawn from Hearst's private papers stored in a large warehouse in the New York Bronx, archive details which provide a story more complex than even a media makeover could have come up with when Hearst almost ran America with his newspaper empire which was never particularly bothered about respecting the truth.
He has been the boss for so long it's hard to imagine Hearst without him," adds Charles Lewis, chief of the Hearst Newspapers' Washington bureau.
the 83-year-old editor-in-chief of Hearst newspapers, says his dad's anticommunist crusade, though it callously pilloried many Americans who were not Red, "has finally been vindicated.
Following the transaction, Hearst-Argyle will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hearst.
Hearst, 57, publisher of the Albany Times Union, a director of Hearst Corporation and a great-grandson of William Randolph Hearst, fills the trustee position previously held by his father, the late George R.
Hearst advised Hearst-Argyle that as of the expiration of the tender offer, a total of approximately 13,763,289 shares of Hearst-Argyle Series A Common Stock had been tendered, which includes approximately 347,197 shares subject to guaranteed delivery and represents approximately 80% of the outstanding shares not owned by Hearst and, together with the shares already beneficially owned by Hearst, approximately 96% of the 94,254,329 outstanding shares of Hearst-Argyle common stock.