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Betsy Beers Gives Rousing Keynote on Shondaland Success: “Women on Television Are Not a Fad”

Rashida Jones, "Frozen" co-director Jennifer Lee and Netflix original content vp Cindy Holland talked Hollywood breakthroughs at Marie Claire's New Guard luncheon

MIPCOM: Canada’s Bell Media Teams With Mark Burnett, MGM For TV Formats (Exclusive)

The joint venture includes Roma Downey, Hearst Entertainment and Highway Entertainment

Hearst Nabs Principato-Young’s Corey Moss for Digital Studio

Hearst Digital Studio launched CosmoBody, its first subscription video-on-demand service, on July 15.

Lady Gaga Shoots ‘G.U.Y’ Music Video at Hearst Castle

The pop singer's forthcoming music video will feature "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

Hearst Names Co-Presidents to Oversee Entertainment & Syndication Group

The duo will oversee cable network management teams and develop "streaming video and digital media ventures," said CEO Steven R. Swartz.

Rebel Wilson and Cast Tease ‘Super Fun Night’ Musical Numbers at Screening

The cast commends Wilson's physical comedy instincts and hints at more hijinks on the rookie ABC comedy.

Dr. Oz, Hearst Team for Lifestyle Magazine

A pilot issue will hit newsstands in the first quarter of 2014.

Hollywood Interns: Class Action Lawsuit Against Fox in Jeopardy

The company races to court with news that a suit with "identical arguments" against Hearst has been rejected.

Hearst CEO Frank Bennack Jr. Steps Down

Steven R. Swartz, the company's COO, succeeds the 80-year-old exec on June 1.

Hearst Exec Scott Sassa’s Sexting Scandal Leaves $6 Million Job Opening

UPDATED: The media giant’s conservative board seeks a "buttoned-up" replacement for its disgraced entertainment and syndication president.

Scott Sassa Leaves Hearst Amid Reported Sexting Scandal

As the exec who oversaw Hearst's investment in Mark Burnett Productions, he shepherded History's hit miniseries "The Bible" as their first production together.

Next Issue CEO Talks Time Inc. Spin Off, the ‘Wild West’ of Publishing

CEO Morgan Guenther tells THR that the all-access model of his company, a joint venture between News Corp., Time Inc. and other major publishers, could help pave the future for the industry.