The viral content site plans to expand its international and video reach. Chris Dixon, general partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm, joins as part of the deal.
The publisher hopes to rope in iPad owners with early editions of magazines before they hit other platforms.
Once the playground of Hollywood's most famous stars, journalists, and politicians, William Randolph Hearst's California mansion will always be worth the trip.
Data from Fiksu shows consumers are responding favorably toward the iPad Air's design.
A federal court denies WCVB's request for a preliminary injunction just as another court had in New York, though Aereo fails to get the case transferred to a circuit where it already has a favorable ruling.
Over-the-air television networks rankled by Aereo's service are asking the US Supreme Court to weigh in, saying courts have drawn conflicting conclusions and the service threatens the broadcast industry.
Hearst-owned WCVB becomes the latest broadcast TV station to sue the Barry Diller-backed startup, which retransmits over-the-air signals to Internet-connected devices.
Appeals court clears the way for the TV-over-the-Web service to continue around New York City. But broadcasters aren't giving up their legal battle against the Barry Diller-backed service and its ambitious expansion plans.
As the year is coming to close, many companies step back and take stock of the decisions they have made over the last 12 months and determine if they are heading in the right direction. For Hearst Magazines, finally giving in to Apple's steadfast App Store rules has proved a wise, and lucrative, choice.
Several new apps, including Facebook, Twitter, and Evernote, are now available for Google Glass.