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Company Overview of Hearst Business Media Corporation

Company Overview

Hearst Business Media Corporation operates business-to-business information services, electronic databases, and publications. It offers information about car and truck pricing; electronic components and suppliers; drugs; medical guidelines for hospitals and other medical organizations; and magazines and newspapers. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Uniondale, New York. Hearst Business Media Corporation operates as a subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation.

50 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard

Suite 100

Uniondale, NY 11553

United States

Founded in 1999

Phone:

516-227-1300

Fax:

516-227-1901

Key Executives for Hearst Business Media Corporation

President of Digital Media
President of Marketing and Publishing Director
Editor-In-Chief of Diversion Magazine
Chief Innovation Officer of Healthcare
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Hearst Business Media Corporation Key Developments

Hearst Magazines Establishes HMPS Division for Print and Digital Services

Hearst Magazines has established Hearst Magazines Publishing Services, or HMPS, a new division offering consumer magazine publishers a range of print and digital services.

Hearst Magazines Announces Jayne Jamison Promotes to Vice President, Publishing Director of Seventeen and Redbook

Hearst Magazines announced that Jayne Jamison has been appointed to the new position of vice president and publishing director of Seventeen and Redbook magazines, overseeing advertising and marketing initiatives, and developing strategies to dri3ve revenue through print, online and strategic partnerships. The announcement was made by Michael A. Clinton, president, marketing and publishing director, Hearst Magazines. Jamison, formerly vice president, publisher and chief revenue officer of Seventeen since 2003, will be taking over the publishing duties at Redbook from Mary Morgan, vice president, publisher and chief revenue officer, who is relocating to Cape Cod, Mass. Jamison was vice president and publisher of Redbook from 1997 to 2003, before joining Seventeen. She assumes her new role immediately and will continue to report to Clinton.

Hearst Magazines Appoints Troy Young to the Position of President of Digital Media

Hearst Magazines has created the position of president of digital media and appointed Troy Young from Say Media to the role.

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