List of assets owned by Hearst Communications

List of assets owned by Hearst Communications, a privately held American-based media conglomerate based in the Hearst Tower in New York City, USA.:

Publishing

Newspapers

The Advocate (Stamford, Connecticut) Albany Times Union (Albany, New York) Beaumont Enterprise (Beaumont, Texas) Connecticut Post (Bridgeport, Connecticut) Edwardsville Intelligencer (Edwardsvile, Illinois) Greenwich Time (Greenwich, Connecticut) The Hour (Norwalk, Connecticut) Houston Chronicle (Houston, Texas) Huron Daily Tribune (Bad Axe, Michigan) Laredo Morning Times (Laredo, Texas) Midland Daily News (Midland, Michigan) Midland Reporter-Telegram (Midland, Texas) The News-Times (Danbury, Connecticut) Plainview Daily Herald (Plainview, Texas) San Antonio Express-News (San Antonio, Texas) San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, California) seattlepi.com, formerly the Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Seattle, Washington)

Magazines

Car and Driver Cosmopolitan Country Living Dr. Oz THE GOOD LIFE ELLE ELLE DECOR Esquire Food Network Magazine Good Housekeeping Harper's BAZAAR HGTV Magazine House Beautiful Marie Claire O, The Oprah Magazine Popular Mechanics Redbook Road & Track Seventeen Town&Country VERANDA Prevention Men's Health Woman's Day Women's Health

Broadcasting

Radio

WBAL-AM (Baltimore, MD) WIYY-FM (Baltimore, MD)

Television

WCVB-TV (Boston, MA) WMOR-TV (Tampa, FL) WTAE-TV (Pittsburgh, PA) WESH-TV (Orlando, FL) WBAL-TV (Baltimore, MD) WISN-TV (Milwaukee, WI) WLWT-TV (Cincinnati, OH) WMUR-TV (Manchester, NH) KMBC-TV (Kansas City, MO) KCWE-TV (Kansas City, MO) WYFF-TV (Greenville, SC) WDSU-TV (New Orleans, LA) WPBF-TV (West Palm Beach, FL) KOCO-TV (Oklahoma City, OK) WGAL-TV (Lancaster, PA) WXII-TV (Winston-Salem, NC) WLKY-TV (Louisville, KY) KOAT-TV (Albuquerque, NM) KCRA-TV (Sacramento, CA) KQCA-TV (Sacramento, CA) KCCI-TV (Des Moines, IA) KETV-TV (Omaha, NE) WJCL-TV (Savannah-Hilton Head Island, GA-SC) WAPT-TV (Jackson, MS) WPTZ-TV/WNNE-TV (Burlington, VT) KHBS-TV/KHOG-TV (Fort Smith, AR) KSBW-TV (Salinas, CA)

Cable

A+E Networks (50%, with The Walt Disney Company) A&E History (50%, with The Walt Disney Company) FYI Viceland Military History Crime & Investigation Network Lifetime LMN Lifetime Real Women Cosmopolitan Television TVA Sistema de Televisão (Brazil) (minority shareholder) ESPN Inc. (20%, with The Walt Disney Company which holds 80% majority) ESPN ESPN2 ESPN Classic ESPNEWS ESPN Deportes ESPNU ESPN Now ESPN Plus ESPN Films ESPN PPV ESPN Regional Television (dba ESPN Events) ESPN International (see for complete list of channels) North American Sports Network TSN (30%) ESPN Radio Mobile ESPN ESPN3 ESPN The Magazine ESPN Home Entertainment (currently distributed by Genius Products) ESPN Outdoors BASS ESPN Digital Center Arena Football League (undisclosed minority stake acquired December 2006)

Business media

LocalEdge - formerly THE TALKING PHONE BOOK, Blackbook IC Master Electronic Engineers Master Catalog Electronic Products Magazine First DataBank Fitch Ratings (80%) - FIMALAC (20%) FleetCross Floor Covering Weekly Homecare Homebase IDG/Hearst Local.com MCG Health MedHOK Metrix4Media MOTOR Information Systems NOVA Electronik ODG (Work Loss Data Institute) Stocknet StructuredContent TL Publications Used Car Guides Zynx Health Incorporated

Interactive media

Investments include:XM Satellite Radio MetaTV Circles Mobility Technologies Cymfony drugstore.com Referral Networks Hire.com govWorks.com Genealogy.com Scene7 Tavolo Medscape iVillage, Inc. Brandwise Broadcast.com Exodus E Ink Corporation Zip2 I Pro Netscape Digital Spy UGO Networks RealAge Delish.com Savored Manilla Hearst Shkulev Digital

Other

King Features Syndicate Reed Brennan CDS Global Hearst Holdings, Inc. Wyntoon Hearst Shkulev Media iCrossing, Inc. Light TV (joint venture with Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, and MGM Television) Litton Entertainment (majority) Litton Worldwide Distribution Litton Media Sales Litton News Source NorthSouth Productions (50%) CAMP Systems International AwesomenessTV (Hearst: 24.5%, Viacom: 51%, Verizon Communications: 24.5%)

See also

Lists of corporate assets

References

Sources

Columbia Journalism Review