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Verizon Hearst Media Partners (simply VHMP) is an American entertainment and media holding company jointly owned by Verizon Communications (50%) and Hearst Communications
Hearst Communications
(50%). It was founded in March 2016.[4]

Contents

1 Brands

1.1 AwesomenessTV 1.2 Complex Media

2 References 3 External links

Brands[edit] AwesomenessTV[edit] Main article: AwesomenessTV VHMP has a 49% stake (24.5% for each partner) in Awesomeness TV, which also produces content under the DreamWorks TV and Awesomeness Films brands. Complex Media[edit] Complex Media, co-founded in 2002 by Rich Antoniello and fashion designer Marc Ecko, was fully acquired in 2016 by VHMP in their largest deal up to that point. The deal reportedly valued the company at $250 to $300 million.[5][6][7] Complex Media's properties include:[8]

Complex Rated Red Seriously.TV Green Label Sole Collector Ride Channel Pigeons and Planes First We Feast

References[edit]

^ Hearst, Mike (2016-03-02). "Hearst and Verizon Announce Joint Video Content Venture; Partners set to launch two new digital media brands, RatedRed.com and Seriously.TV". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ "Brian Angiolet". Variety. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ Jarvay, Natalie (2017-06-22). "VidCon: Verizon Executives Offer Glimpse of Post-Yahoo Plans". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ "Verizon Hearst Media Partners". Hearst. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ Knutson, Ryan; Hagey, Keach; Alpert, Lukas I. (2016-04-18). "Verizon, Hearst Agree to Buy Complex Media; Deal is biggest move so far by joint venture the companies formed last month". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ Schliefer, Theodore (2017-10-13). "Complex is the latest media company to lay off staff amid a pivot to video". Recode. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ Flanagan, Andrew (2016-04-19). "Marc Ecko, Complex Media Co-Founder, on His Company After Verizon and Digital Media in the Facebook Age: Q&A". Billboard. Retrieved 2018-02-24.  ^ "Brands". Complex Networks. Retrieved 2018-02-24. 

External links[edit]

Complex Networks

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Verizon Communications

Directors

Lowell McAdam
Lowell McAdam
(Chairman and CEO) Shellye Archambeau Mark Bertolini Richard Carrión Melanie Healey M. Frances Keeth Karl-Ludwig Kley Clarence Otis, Jr. Rodney E. Slater Kathryn Tesija Gregory Wasson Gregory G. Weaver

Divisions

Verizon Customer & Product Operation Verizon Media & Telematics Verizon Network & Technology

Telecom services

Business

Verizon Enterprise Solutions

Wireless

Verizon Wireless

Residential

Verizon Fios Verizon High Speed Internet

Local telephone companies

Verizon Delaware Verizon Maryland Verizon North Verizon New England Verizon New Jersey Verizon New York Verizon Pennsylvania Verizon South Verizon Washington, DC Verizon Virginia

Media and tech companies

Oath

AOL go90 Yahoo!

Verizon Hearst Media Partners (50%)

AwesomenessTV Complex Networks

Verizon Telematics

Fleetmatics Telogis Verizon Hum Verizon Networkfleet

Acquired companies

GTE MCI (10-10-321) NYNEX XO Communications

Other assets

Empire City Subway Terremark

Category Commons

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Hearst Communications

Daily newspapers

The Advocate Times Union Beaumont Enterprise Connecticut Post The Courier (Conroe, Texas) Edwardsville Intelligencer Greenwich Time The Hour Houston Chronicle Huron Daily Tribune Journal-Courier Laredo Morning Times Manistee News Advocate The Middletown Press Midland Daily News Midland Reporter-Telegram New Haven Register The News-Times The Pioneer Plainview Daily Herald The Register Citizen San Antonio Express-News San Francisco Chronicle seattlepi.com The Telegraph Connecticut Magazine

Weekly newspapers

Cleveland Advocate Eastex Advocate Examiner Newspapers (Bellaire, Memorial, River Oaks, West University) The Lake Houston Observer The Potpourri (Magnolia and Tomball) Sugar Land Sun The Villager (The Woodlands, Texas) La Voz de Houston

Magazines

United States

Car and Driver Cosmopolitan Country Living Elle Elle Decor Esquire Food Network Magazine Good Housekeeping Harper's Bazaar

harper by Harper's Bazaar

House Beautiful Marie Claire
Marie Claire
(US) O, The Oprah Magazine Popular Mechanics Redbook Road & Track Seventeen Town & Country Woman's Day CDS Global Hearst Magazines Digital Media

ELLEgirl.com espin Lenny Letter Shondaland.com

International

All About Soap Company Digital Spy Elle Esquire Inside Soap Psychologies Quo Sugar

Hearst TV Television stations by affiliation

ABC

KETV KHBS
KHBS
/ KHOG KMBC KOAT KOCO KSBW-DT2 WAPT WCVB WISN WJCL WMUR WMTW WPBF WTAE

The CW

KCWE KHBS-DT2 / KHOG-DT2 WCWG WKCF WPTZ-DT2

Other

CBS

KCCI WLKY

Independent

WMOR

MyNetworkTV

KQCA KCCI-DT3

NBC

KCRA KSBW WBAL WDSU WESH WGAL WLWT WPTZ
WPTZ
/ WNNE WVTM WXII WYFF

Acquisitions

Pulitzer, Inc.

Radio stations

WBAL WIYY

Entertainment and syndication

A&E Networks (50%) Cosmopolitan Television
Cosmopolitan Television
(part owner) DailyINK ESPN Inc.
ESPN Inc.
(20%) King Features Syndicate Light TV
Light TV
(part owner) Litton Entertainment
Entertainment
(major) NorthSouth Productions (50%) Reed Brennan Media Associates Texture (part owner) Verizon Hearst Media Partners (50%)

AwesomenessTV Complex Networks

Business
Business
media

Black Book First Databank Fitch Ratings
Fitch Ratings
(80%)

BMI Research

Motor

Real estate

Hearst Tower Hearst Service Center Hearst Ranch

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