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Hearst CEO on the next step for media

Hearst CEO Steve Swartz weighs in on growth and the future of the media and publishing.

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  4. Maker Studios OKs Disney Offer

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  8. Hearst Corporation CEO on the future of media

    Hearst Corporation CEO Steve Swartz shares the company’s vision for the future.

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  12. Disney to Buy YouTube Network Maker Studios

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  1. Hearst CEO: Streaming video allows media to find a new niche

    Hearst CEO Steve Swartz on creating a streaming video-on-demand service.

  2. HSN President: We love the idea of partnerships

    HSN President Bill Brand on the network’s new strategy.

  3. HSN President: We love the idea of partnerships

    HSN President Bill Brand on the network’s new strategy.

  4. Is unabashed bravado the key to success?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall, FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and reporter Kate Rogers on whether it takes a big ego to become successful.

  5. Supreme Court rules against Aereo

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, GM, the Supreme Court’s ruling against Aereo, NY Attorney General’s lawsuit against Barclays and Barnes & Noble’s plans to split.

  6. Disney CEO: Mobile the most important near-term dynamic

    Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger on the company’s future.

  7. Disney CEO on $800M China deal

    Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger on investing in a Shanghai resort.

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