What TV networks does Hearst own?

Through its partnership with nearly all of the major networks, Hearst Television distributes national content over nearly 70 video channels including programming from ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, MY Net, MeTV, This TV, Estrella and more. Hearst Television is recognized as one of the industry’s premier companies.

Who owns Hearst Communications?

Hearst Communications
Hearst Tower in Midtown Manhattan
Key people William Randolph Hearst III (chairman) Frank A. Bennack Jr. (executive vice chairman) Steve Swartz (president and CEO)
Revenue US$11.4 billion (2019)
Owner Hearst family
Number of employees 20,000 (2016)

How do I change my address on my Hearst magazine?

How do I change my address on my Hearst magazine?
  1. Open the Hearst’s website.
  2. Log into the Hearst Magazine account using your smartphone, tablet, or PC.
  3. Click on the sign in or login option.
  4. You will be provided with two login options; an email address and account number.
  5. Select the option that you prefer to change your shipping address.

How many TV stations does Hearst Television own?

Welcome to Hearst Television

We own and operate 33 television and two radio stations serving 26 media markets across 39 states reaching over 21 million U.S. television households.

Who owns KMBC?

The station is owned by the Hearst Television subsidiary of New York City-based Hearst Communications, as part of a duopoly with CW affiliate KCWE (channel 29).

Who is KCCI owned by?

KCCI, virtual and VHF digital channel 8, is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Des Moines, Iowa, United States. The station is owned by the Hearst Television subsidiary of New York City-based Hearst Communications.

What is on KCCI tonight?

Time TV Show
6:00 pm 60 Minutes Attacks On The Judiciary; 90+; Notes Of Grace – Season 53 Episode 29
7:00 pm Gladiator
10:00 pm KCCI 8 News at Ten
11:00 pm NCIS: New Orleans Monolith – Season 6 Episode 19

Who left KCCI?

KCCI Chief Meteorologist Kurtis Gertz today announced plans to start a new life chapter, capping a 25-year career forecasting weather in central Iowa. KCCI News Director Allison Smith announced his departure to the KCCI team earlier today.

Where is Max Diekneite?

Savannah, Ga. Max Diekneite is an investigative reporter/anchor for WTOC. You can catch him anchoring the 7 p.m. news every weeknight with Dawn Baker. Max moved to Savannah in October 2020 after spending more than three years as an anchor/reporter at KCCI (CBS) in Des Moines, Iowa.

Who is replacing Kurtis Gertz?

sunday at 2. steve: kurtis, it’s going to be pretty darn warm. Des Moines news station KCCI has announced the hiring of meteorologist Kelley Moody, who will forecast Iowa weather on the station’s “News This Morning” show in the 4:30-7:00 a.m. time slot.

Who left KCCI evening news?


The KCCI morning crew congratulated Rheya Spigner on her move to evening news as she set her alarm for an early hour one last time Friday. This is what the morning crew had to say: “While we’re sad she’s leaving us on the morning show.

What happened Connie McBurney?

Former weathercaster Connie McBurney left KCCI in 1994 to become a children’s advocate at Blank Hospital. He is still with KCCI, but now he is behind the camera as the number two man in the newsroom, the assistant news director.

What happened Stacey Horst?

Horst is an American Journalist, photographer, editor, producer, reporter, and News anchor currently working as a news anchor at 5, 6, and 10 pm for KCCI 8 News 2005. She also worked as a reporter at KTVO-TV in Ottumwa/Kirksville and at KTIV-TV in Sioux City.

How old is Lauren Donovan?

Lauren Donovan is a 24-year-old journalist working for KCCI, the Hearst station in Des Moines, Iowa. Don’t let her age fool you: she is a well-established weekend anchor and morning reporter, with a social media following in the thousands.

Is Lauren Donovan leaving KCCI?

KCCI News on Twitter: “Thursday is bittersweet as we say goodbye to Lauren Donovan KCCI. Join us in wishing her all the best.

Who did Scott Carpenter replace at KCCI?

Hearst-owned CBS affiliate KCCI Des Moines, Iowa, has added anchor-reporter Scott Carpenter to weekend mornings. Carpenter will anchor KCCI 8 News Weekend Mornings. He takes over from Tisia Muzinga, who moved to an anchor role weekdays on KCCI 8 News This Morning.

Who is Scott Carpenter on KCCI?

Scott Carpenter joined KCCI in December of 2020. He anchors weekend mornings and is a general assignment reporter on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Scott joins KCCI after spending three years in Columbus, Georgia covering sports.