The newly formed company would be called DreamWorks-Hasbro
The magazine publisher is eager to produce more digital series
Steve Swartz will replace current chief Frank A. Bennack Jr. on June 1
Sassa recently executive produced "The Bible"
Hearst will create a joint venture with NorthSouth Productions
Hearst puts Jeffrey Hamill, the former senior vice president of advertising sales and marketing, in charge of the whole division
The deal will involve cash and a note issued by A&E
Rivals are expected to follow Conde Nast's decision to share tablet reader data with advertisers
Android phones and iPads are the new malls, so the line between publisher and retailer is blurring
The joint Columbia and Stanford institute will be named after Cosmo matriarch Helen Gurley Brown and her late husband, producer David Brown
Debi Chirichella will take over as SVP, CFO while Grant Whitmore will run the U.S. magazine's digital division
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Global venture to focus on media content, producing events around it, and spinning off television shows
Ex-Hearst president, who took over for Joel Klein, ends a brief tenure that was doomed from the start
Lagardère to unload 102 magazines to U.S. publisher
Media executives shuffled in Mayor Bloomberg's cabinet
Corynne Steindler to manage TheSurvivorsClub.org
From movie tickets to Kindle books to the New York Times, consumers are facing creeping prices at every turn
Will replace mag division president Cathie Black, who is being kicked upstairs
Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., Time Inc. partner for digital storefront
77 million e-readers expected to be sold in the next 10 years.