DotDash Meredith shifts Martha Stewart Living magazine to digital-only

Jean J. Sanders
"Ask Martha Stewart" tells readers how to clean mirrors without adding streaks.

Dotdash Meredith will conclude the print version of Martha Stewart Living upcoming thirty day period, earning it the firm’s seventh title to stop bodily publication this year.

Chief Small business Officer Alysia Borsa informed workers in an e mail Thursday that the company will aim on growing the magazine’s associated web-site, She said the May well print edition will be the very last for Martha Stewart Residing.

“We are as enthusiastic as ever for the electronic opportunity of the model and will target our comprehensive interest on rising the digital organization,” Borsa said.

She extra that 20 New York Metropolis-based mostly staff will be “impacted” by the close of the print version, though she failed to say how they will be effected. A Dotdash Meredith spokesperson said in an e-mail that the transfer will not consequence in any layoffs at the firm’s Des Moines business.

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