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Print

World class journalism with a local perspective.

Digital

Powering the digital transformation of news and local journalism through emerging technology.

Agencies

Full service marketing solutions with regional expertise.

Real insight. Anywhere. On any device.

Hearst Newspapers is leveraging technology to transform the way journalism delivers news to local communities. Award-winning journalists that get to the heart of the story collaborating with editors, designers, marketers, developers and engineers to deliver relevant content that educates, informs and entertains – all with a local perspective.

San Francisco Chronicle

Our mission is to tell the story of San Francisco. We will inform, provoke and energize the people who change the world. We are the largest newspaper in Northern California and the second largest on the West Coast. With name-brand voices and a keen editorial eye, the Chronicle is an authority that still surprises.

Jobs at the San Francisco Chronicle

Houston Chronicle

The Houston Chronicle Media Group is the largest media company in Texas reaching over 2.7 million Houstonians every week. Our diversified portfolio of products and services includes The Houston Chronicle, the largest newspaper in Texas. The Chronicles' online presence includes Chron.com and the premium site HoustonChronicle.com. Houston Chronicle's social presence includes being the number one publisher with the most visited monthly local media website which includes over 451 thousand followers.

Jobs at the Houston Chronicle

Digital Marketing Group

DMS, powered by LocalEdge, delivers a full suite of premier online marketing services to over 17,000 local businesses across Hearst Newspaper properties and partners around the world.

JOBS AT HEARST DIGITAL MARKETING GROUP

Hearst Capital Region

Times Union is the leading newspaper in New York's Capital Region and timesunion.com is upstate New York's most innovative news website. Hearst properties in the area also include the Hearst Media Center, a premier event space, and Capital Region Weekly Newspapers, a group of tabloids offering values from area businesses.

Jobs with the Capital Region

Connecticut Media Group

Hearst Connecticut's combination of daily newspapers, weekly publications, breaking news websites and specialty magazines makes it the dominant and most respected media organization in the state. In a state positioned between Boston and New York City, our offices are located in thriving metro areas, amidst upscale suburbs – offering the advantages of both worlds.

Jobs with the Connecticut Media Group

Hearst Michigan Newspaper Group

From the shores of Lake Michigan to the shores of Lake Huron, Hearst Michigan features four daily newspapers along with weekly newspapers, shopping guides, niche publications and phone directories published across the mid section of the Great Lake State. Specializing in local content, Hearst Michigan Newspapers play a vital role in their communities and serve advertisers in a myriad of ways in print and digitally. Outdoor recreation is world class throughout our markets, making Michigan a big tourist state, and for our employees, adding vitality throughout Michigan's four seasons.

Jobs with the Michigan Newspaper Group

Hearst Texas Newspaper Properties

Hearst Texas Newspaper Properties have become well known around The Lone Star State. The award-winning newspapers comprises The Beaumont Enterprise, The Laredo Morning Times, The Midland Reporter-Telegram, The Plainview Daily Herald and The San Antonio Express-News. Their success is contributed to attracting and retaining top talent from various locations, industries and ethnicities.

Jobs with Texas properties

Additional Hearst Newspaper Properties

The Hearst Newspaper Group continues to grow. Some of our other properties include the Edwardsville Intelligencer, which was founded in 1862 and acquired by Hearst in 1979. And, the SeattlePI, the first major metro newspaper to go digital only in 2009.

Jobs at Seattlepi.com and Edwardsville Intelligencer

Hearst Newspapers Digital Media

Our mission is to develop a diverse set of digital products for Hearst Newspapers, targeting long-term revenue success through audience growth, engagement and a focus on quality consumer experiences informed by data.

JOBS AT HEARST NEWSPAPERS DIGITAL MEDIA

Hearst Journalism Fellowship

Two years. Two great cities. Invaluable experience. Receive training, mentoring and real-world experience alongside top journalists who are using cutting-edge tools to tell stories through data, video and more.

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Leadership

 

Mark E. Aldam is president of Hearst Newspapers and a senior vice president and director of Hearst. Hearst Newspapers, with more than 4,000 employees across the nation, publishes 19 dailies and 61 weeklies reaching more than 42 million unique visitors across the U.S. with related mobile websites and digital products in cities including Houston, San Francisco, San Antonio and Albany.

 

Robertson Barrett was named president of digital media for Hearst Newspapers in January 2016. He is responsible for all digital development and product innovation of the next wave of news, information and entertainment across Hearst Newspapers’ local markets.

Prior to joining Hearst, Barrett oversaw Yahoo's owned and operated media properties, content strategy and major partnerships, as well as Yahoo Media's collaboration with Yahoo Product divisions. His work in 2014-15 included high-profile hires (including Katie Couric and David Pogue), creation and development of new owned and operated verticals, off-network content distribution and execution of major media partnerships.

 

Mike DeLuca is senior vice president, digital of Hearst Newspapers and chief executive officer of LocalEdge.

DeLuca previously served as chief revenue officer at Savored, which was acquired by Groupon in 2012. At Groupon, DeLuca held the role of VP of sales, and prior to that, he served as senior vice president, sales and operations for AOL Local.

 

Renee Peterson is vice president of human resources for Hearst Newspapers.

In her role, Peterson designs and implements relevant, business-driven human resources practices for Hearst’s growing stable of 22 dailies and 64 weeklies reaching more than 42 million unique visitors across the U.S. with related mobile websites and digital products. With more than 4,000 employees across the nations, Hearst Newspapers also operates digital marketing services and directories businesses under the LocalEdge brand.

 

Michael Gorman is the vp of consumer sales for the Newspaper Division. In this role, he oversees all consumer marketing and sales efforts, including customer communication, retention and subscriber relations and services, across Hearst Newspapers’ 15 daily papers.

Gorman has held the role of vice president of consumer sales for the Houston Chronicle, Hearst’s largest newspaper and overall consumer marketplace, since 2013. Before joining the Houston Chronicle, Gorman served as director of west regional consumer sales for Gannett Publishing Services. Previously, he was director of consumer sales at The Arizona Republic from 2006 to 2011, and prior, he was director of membership and fulfillment at ESPN. Gorman began his career in sales and marketing at The Seattle Times Company.