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Noun1.William Randolph Hearst - United States newspaper publisher whose introduction of large headlines and sensational reporting changed American journalism (1863-1951)William Randolph Hearst - United States newspaper publisher whose introduction of large headlines and sensational reporting changed American journalism (1863-1951)
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It had been bought in the sale by American newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, who planned to install it at San Simeon, his mock castle in California.
It's time to wake her up," Steve Hearst -- a vice president of Hearst and a great-grandson of William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper's founder -- told the Los Angeles Times.
Fifty film fans had the opportunity to watch Welles' 1941 groundbreaking film partly based on the late William Randolph Hearst at the media tycoon's own private theater at Hearst Castle, a concession the magnate would probably not have made.
MADDY Prior, singer, 1947 DIED WILLIAM Randolph Hearst, newspaper publisher, 1951 GLADYS Presley, mother of Elvis, 1958 PATRICK Mcgee, actor, 1982
He was elected to Hearst s Board of Directors in June 2002 and was a testamentary trustee under the will of William Randolph Hearst since 2008.
Hearst III noted that Bennack has had the longest tenure at the top of the company of anyone other than founder William Randolph Hearst.
El mito de William Randolph Hearst lo presenta como un villano casi perfecto: "padre del periodismo amarillista", propagandista que uso sus diarios para promover su carrera politica (fue elegido congresista en 1902 y 1904 pero fracaso en las elecciones por la alcaldia de la ciudad de Nueva York, la gubernatura de ese estado y la presidencia), para involucrar al pais en una guerra e incluso para provocar un magnicidio.
And come they did when William Randolph Hearst decided he wanted another castle.
The 32-year-old actress/singer appeared in a short dress and sang a medley of hits by Franklin and Whitney Houston at a 125th anniversary party for the late newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst.
Except that it was Amanda Hearst, a great-granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst and an associate market editor at Marie Claire.
The author of The White Star Line: An Illustrated History 1869-1934, blames a bitter personal feud between US newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and the shipping chairman for the tirade of bad press he received after the disaster.

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