Contacting Hearst Magazines Customer Service Center
The Hearst Magazines corporation is located in New York, NY. The company is responsible for some of the most popular magazines in the US, including:
- Good Housekeeping
- O, from Oprah
- Food Network Magazine
- Popular Mechanics
- Car and Driver
When looking for contact information for Hearst Magazines, you will not find information for individual magazines. According to Hearst, you need to contact the customer service department for the magazine in question to resolve customer service disputes. If you are looking to contact the media company or corporate headquarters for Hearst Magazines, you’ll find that information here.
If you’re interested in finding contact information for a specific magazine, please visit the subscription page at https://subscribe.hearstmags.com/. You’ll notice a link under each magazine picture that reads CUSTOMER SERVICE. That link will take you to the customer service contact page for the each magazine.
Phone Contact Numbers
The hours for corporate office are not listed on the Hearst website. We assume the hours are typical business hours from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday to Friday. All times are EST because the corporate office is located in New York.
- Corporate Office: 1-212-649-2000
If you have problems that cannot be addressed by the customer service department for the magazine you’re subscribing to, you can contact the corporate office by mail.
Hearst Corporation300 W 57th StNew York, NY 10019
The main website for Hearst Magazines is http://www.hearst.com/. You can find out everything you need to know about the magazines, corporate history and more. In addition to learning about Hearst, you can connect with the company on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
Customer Service Email
There is a dedicated customer service email for Hearst Magazines. This email address will not be available for customer service issues with individual magazines, just the main corporation.
Customer Feedback: email@example.com
Press Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org (Lisa Bagley)
We contacted the corporate office for Hearst Magazine with great luck. The call was answered by a friendly automated system. You can choose to talk to the magazine, newspaper and broadcasting departments –among many other departments. You can also say the name of the person you are calling and the call will be directly connected to that line. We pressed 0 to bypass the system. We immediately reached the operator who was more than happy to give us the address of the building where she was located.