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50 Years of Hip-Hop
Men’s Health celebrated 50 years of hip-hop with the thoughts and reflections of the issue's six iconic cover stars: Busta Rhymes, Method Man, 50 Cent, Ludacris, Common and Wiz Khalifa.
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Things got wild at the Brookfield Zoo, where the Hearst Media Production Group series Earth Odyssey was filmed, highlighting the zoo’s nearly 500 animal species.

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ELLE’s Women in Hollywood

ELLE’s Women in Hollywood honored the industry stars who are defining the moment today and working to create an even brighter future for women in film and the wider world.

RxLightning, a Hearst Ventures portfolio company that streamlines specialty medication access and affordability, closed a $17.5 million Series A investment.

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CEO Steve Swartz and COO Jordan Wertlieb met with colleagues at Hearst Tower to talk and answer questions about the organization’s past, present and future.

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King Charles Coronation

Hearst Magazines shared the historic coronation of the U.K.’s King Charles III across 24 sites and more than 750 stories, plus 30 original videos highlighting the ceremonial details and special moments of the day. The in-depth coverage and reporting drove more than eight million page views, five million TikTok views and another four million video views on websites.

aired 27,600 college sports events across its platforms for the 2022-23 academic year — that’s 89 events a day!

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Producer Academy

Hearst Television hosted 26 aspiring journalists at the Producer Academy, a week of training and insights from the best in the business!

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The Hearst Foundations, philanthropies operating independently from Hearst, established the United States Senate Youth Program in 1962 for talented young leaders to learn about government and public service. Each year, participants are competitively selected to convene in Washington, DC for an all-expenses-paid week of meetings with the nation’s highest elected and appointed leaders. The students experience democracy in action and also receive a $10,000 college scholarship. In 2023, Hearst Foundations Directors William R. Hearst III, chairman of the board of Hearst and Frank Bennack, former Hearst CEO and executive vice chairman, joined the delegates for the annual Senate Reception, attended by 70 senators and the program participants.

Hearst Television’s Very Local streaming app produced over 220 episodes of original content, engaging local audiences from across the country. Download the Very Local app to stream news, original series and more.

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For House Beautiful’s 2023 Whole Home, an all-women team restored, refreshed and renewed a 13,000-square-foot historic property just outside Chicago, reimagining the space for modern life.

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Sustainable Fitch’s Nneka Chike-Obi is an eco-friendly finance pioneer. She spoke about how Asia-Pacific industries can reduce their carbon intensity through transitional loans at the Global Loan Market Summit in Hong Kong.

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In the hot seat: Hearst Television Chief National Consumer Correspondent Jeff Rossen answered viewers’ questions live on air about budgeting, student loan payments, 401(k)s and more during a visit to WLWT-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Hearst Newspapers’ DevHub published a first-of-its-kind nationwide database that tracks overdose deaths and reveals the full scale of the opioid epidemic. The project was shared throughout Hearst Newspapers and Hearst Television, with markets reporting on their own communities’ results, reaching a Hearst audience of 5.5 million.

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Hearst Newspapers’ digital Week& shares ideas for making the most of your free time. It’s all localized so readers can get suggestions for exploring their towns, taking a weekend trip or finding the best entertainment in their neighborhoods.

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HISTORY premiered FDR, produced by presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin and Academy Award-nominated producer Bradley Cooper. The six-hour, three-night miniseries was the network’s fifth premium presidential documentary series, following Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Grant and Washington.

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Fitch Group hosted its inaugural All Angles Forum in Singapore with leading analysts from BMI, CreditSights, Fitch Learning, Fitch Ratings, Fitch Solutions and Sustainable Fitch units sharing insights on the latest credit and capital markets developments.

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Coco Gauff’s historic U.S. Open victory was the most-viewed women’s major tennis final ever on ESPN.

“More than 25 Hearst journalists were instrumental in bringing [the DevHub overdose tracker] to our readers, covering 1,210 U.S. counties.”

Tim O'Rourke, Vice President, Content Strategy, Hearst DevHub
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ESPN experienced a record-breaking year with Monday Night Football reaching 17.4 million viewers per game, making it the most-watched season since 2000. The 2023 NCAA Women’s Championship game where LSU defeated Iowa drew 9.9 million viewers, making it the most-viewed women’s college basketball game ever and ESPN platforms’ most-viewed college basketball game — men’s or women’s — on record.

Hearst Connecticut Media Group acquired the Journal Inquirer in Manchester, becoming the group’s eighth daily newspaper.

MHK achieved Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®) Software Certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) for CareProminence® 360Measures™.

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San Antonio Spurs star forward Keldon Johnson inspired young athletes at San Antonio Express-News’ Alamo City High School Sports Awards.

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Level Up Ventures Bronx

In its first set of grants, Level Up Ventures supported Community Enterprise Accelerator, which recognizes underserved Bronx small-business owners and inspires them to take their companies to the next level. Level Up Chairman and Hearst SVP of Treasury and Risk Management Carlton Charles congratulated the winners as they embarked on their six-month fellowships.

Fitch Ratings’ Fitch on Banking 2023 series hosted 10 events globally over two weeks for an audience of nearly 2,000, including in-person events in Toronto, Brazil, London and Paris.

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Noregon continued to educate colleagues and customers with hands-on JPRO Professional training on their diagnostic and troubleshooting application, which focuses on off-highway vehicles.

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Hold onto your leashes: Brandon McMillan returned for Hearst Media Production Group’s Lucky Dog Reunions, visiting furry friends whose gotcha days he helped facilitate on previous shows.

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Hearst Ventures investment Truepic is a deepfake fighter, using transparent engineering to inform viewers of a video's authenticity.

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The Homecare Homebase 2023 Users Conference was packed with networking events, sessions, courses and more.

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Can philanthropy save us? Speakers and guests at Town & Country’s 10th annual Philanthropy Summit discussed the possibilities with cover stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Charlize Theron, Michael J. Fox and Darren Walker who spoke about their experiences and hope for the future.

“A decade ago, we decided that we would gather every single year the greatest minds and hearts that we know to try and answer the question that is at the core of all philanthropy, which is simply: What can I do?”

—Town & Country Editor-in-Chief Stellene Volandes
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Every brand has a story, and Hearst Newspapers’ StoryStudio knows how to tell them. The San Francisco-based full-service content marketing agency helps brands convey their purpose by leveraging Hearst’s first-party data to enhance campaigns.

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Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom Returns to Network Television

Hearst Media Production Group returned the beloved series Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom: Protecting the Wild to network television with a focus on wildlife conservation and the magnificence of nature. Guests at the premiere party at Hearst Tower included cohost Peter Gros, Mutual of Omaha Chief Administrative Officer Liz Mazzotta and HMPG President Frank Biancuzzo.