Martha Stewart has always been on top of trends, often setting them herself. Before she became a social media star (and landed a show with Snoop Dogg) she was known as a pioneer in the print magazine business.
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"Martha!" gasped 9-year-old Madeline Zakarian in awe, as Martha Stewart walked into one of the test kitchens in one of her many headquarters, located along the Hudson River in Manhattan. Everyone else sitting in the kitchen-slash-studio agreed with that sentiment. Seeing Martha Stewart in person can have that effect.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia appears to have found a solution for its struggling magazine business: hand it over to another publisher.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is undergoing a major round of pre-Christmas layoffs. The New York Post reported that up to 100 MSLO staffers—or about 25 percent of the company’s workforce—were expected to be axed today.
Not long after a major shake-up on the publishing side, Condé Nast Traveler is overhauling its editorial leadership.
Those mouthwatering photos fronting the food magazines every month are the result of test-kitchen chefs who brave sharp knives, spatters of grease—and eating themselves sick—to come up with the picture-perfect […]
As new brands are brought to life in the evolution of various verticals, others will inevitably give up the ghost. While obsolesence related to industrial shifts is the No. 1 killer of outdated concepts or companies, other factors may guide the executioner's hand, including failure to innovate, cash flow issues and heavy competition.
Everyday Food, the onetime pint-sized smash for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, is being all but shuttered as the parent company scales back its struggling magazine portfolio to focus on its namesake titles.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia has extended its namesake founder's contract for another five years. Martha Stewart, who rejoined her company’s board last September after resigning as chairman in 2003, will have the titles of founder and chief creative officer. She will also remain MSLO’s non-executive chairman, a title she took earlier this summer.