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Lincoln Millstein Named Senior VP of Hearst


Hearst Corporation has named Lincoln Millstein senior vice president and special assistant to the CEO, Steven Swartz. Millstein has been with Hearst since 2005, most recently serving as executive VP and deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers.

Swartz, who takes over as Hearst Corporation’s CEO June 1, said of Millstein, “Over the past eight years, Lincoln has become both a trusted advisor and digital media leader in the company. His digital experience, knowledge of management and operations, and strong working relationships throughout Hearst will be great assets to me and all of our senior leadership team.”

Part of Millstein’s new role will be to “function as a senior advisor to Swartz on a wide range of issues,” according to Hearst.

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Partial List of Pulitzer Judges Leaks

Quartz has published the names of 44 of the Pulitzer Prize judges who have begun the process of figuring out who will get journalism’s highest honor.

Is this exciting? Not really. Especially since it’s probably not the full list and the judges taking part are publicized after the awards are doled out anyway.

However, it’s a slow news day, so here’s a few of the judges: Raju Narisetti, Rachel SmolkinLincoln Millstein and David Callaway. Check out the rest here.

Hearst Newspapers Promotes Lincoln Millstein

Lincoln Millstein has been promoted from Senior Vice President of Digital Media to Executive Vice President, Deputy Group Head, of Hearst Newspapers. Millstein succeeds Mark Aldam, who was named President of Hearst Newspapers in March 2011.

“Lincoln has made a tremendous contribution since joining Hearst, expanding our newspapers’ portfolio of digital products and services,” said Hearst Corporation’s CEO, Frank Bennack. “We congratulate him on his promotion.”

Millstein has been with Hearst since 2005, when he joined the company after serving as Executive Vice President of New York Times Digital.