Be the Bigger Picture

Hearst Television delivers moving stories that inform, entertain and inspire. Join us and be a part of it.

Be the Bigger Picture

Hearst Television delivers moving stories that inform, entertain and inspire. Join us and be a part of it.

THE STORY IS YOURS

Every career with Hearst Television is like a story. How it develops, where it takes you, the milestones you reach along the way – you’ve got a lot to look forward to as your unique career story unfolds.

#1 IN BROADCASTING

We’re determined to be the best broadcaster in the business. Joining us now, you’ll benefit from smart and supportive colleagues, stability and our long heritage of excellence. And you’ll love beating the competition as much as we do!

OUR HEARST FAMILY

Belonging to our Hearst Family has come to mean a lot to everyone who works here. It means they’re part of something special - we’re an organization that treats people well, values relationships with communities and looks after its employees and their careers.

BENEFITS

To make sure Our Hearst Family stays healthy and strong, we offer a range of employee benefits, a partial list of which includes:

Health/Dental/Vision Insurance | FSA/HSA | 401k Savings Plan | Adoption and Surrogacy Expense Benefit | Auto and Home Group Insurance | Paid Time Off | SoFi Student Loan Refinancing | WageWorks Commuter Benefit | Wellthy Family Care | Life/Disability Insurance | Physical, Financial and Emotional Wellbeing Programs

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THE BIGGER PICTURE

We own and operate TV and radio stations serving 26 media markets across 39 states. Joining Hearst Television means having a career at a company that’s big enough to give you lots of room for growth – and one that’s supportive and stable enough to help you achieve your career goals.

BE INFORMED

Hearst Television has nearly 100 years of broadcasting history. There’s probably a lot you don’t know about us - here’s a few facts and figures.

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Hearst Television broadcasts reach one in five US households.

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The Hearst Corporation is one of the nation’s largest diversified media, information and service companies, with more than 360 individual businesses.

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Hearst Corporation holds a 20% interest in ESPN. Hearst Television also owns portions of the cable channels A&E, Lifetime and HISTORY.

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80% of Hearst Television stations are either #1 or #2 in their market in ratings.

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In 2018, Hearst Stations were awarded 13 National Headliner Awards, including 4 first place awards.  Three of those awards were won by WCVB; in newscast, public service for State of Addiction as well as health/science reporting.  WMUR also took first place for their documentary series "The Granite Saint."

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From 2007 through 2017 Hearst Television won six consecutive biennial Walter Cronkite Awards for Excellence in Political Journalism. These, and other awards, make Hearst Television the most awarded television station group for political news coverage.

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The Hearst Television digital network of news, weather and information websites and apps aggregates over 25 million unique monthly visitors placing it among the top 35 web brands as measured by comScore.

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WBAL-TV of Baltimore is a flagship station of Hearst Television and its longest-operating broadcaster, having begun operations on March 11, 1948.

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The Hearst Corporation, the parent company of Hearst Television, was founded by William Randolph Hearst in 1887 when he took over the San Francisco Examiner, a newspaper.

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From 1998 to mid-2009, Hearst-Argyle Television publicly traded its common stock on New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “HTV.”