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Hearst Corporation

 

one of the largest newspaper trusts in the USA. Established in the late 19th century, it belongs to the Hearst family. The Hearst Corporation publishes a number of influential newspapers and magazines and owns stock in the United Press International news agency; it also controls King Features, a press syndicate that distributes feature copy to about 200 newspapers.

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The Talking Phone Book is published in scores of cities around the country--including Nashua, Manchester and the Seacoast--by a division of Hearst Communications.
They boast a strong client list, which includes dressbarn, Hearst Communications, L'Oreal and SVEDKA.
Town and Country magazine, a luxury living magazine published by Hearst Communications Inc, has announced release of its first mobile app - Town and Country Luxury City Guide.
That's because last year the newspaper's owner -- MediaNews Group -- sold the 112,440-square-foot building for $29 million to Hearst Communications Inc.
Hearst Communications, National Geographic, Discovery Communications, TreeHugger, Green Mountain Energy, Plenty Magazine, The Daily Green, E - The Environmental Magazine and Energy Watch are among other organizations participating in the event.
Court agrees to hear Seattle paper's appeal: The Washington State Supreme Court said last week that it would review a lower-court ruling in the case of Hearst Communications v.
Continental Airlines has won a Customer Service Award from SmartMoney magazine, a Wall Street Journal publication published by Hearst Communications and Dow Jones & Company.
What do eBay, General Electric, Reuters Holdings, Hearst Communications, Chase Venture Capital Associates and Warburg Pincus Equity Partners have in common?
Full name is Friends of Victoria Reader to Reader Newsletter, and by "reader" publisher Hearst Communications Inc.
The agency boasts a strong client list, which includes dressbarn, Hearst Communications, L'Oreal and SVEDKA.
In New Hampshire, the most prominent is the Talking Phone Book, which is published in scores of cities around the country--including Nashua, Manchester and the Seacoast--by a division of Hearst Communications.
Major tenants currently in occupancy include In-sight Communications, Ion Media, Hearst Communications, WWOR-TV and numerous financial services firms.