Downsizing at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia

Bad news from MSLO: layoffs and a scale back of their mags. Details below...

According to the New York Times, yesterday Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia announced layoffs of around 70 employees and cutbacks in the publication of two of it's current monthly titles.

Everyday Food will move from 10 issues a year to 5 and will now only be a supplement available to Martha Stewart Living subscribers. Whole Living magazine is up for sale, but if nothing pans out, the content will be folded into Living by year end.

It's always awful when people lose jobs and certainly fans of the two affected mags will miss the content in their current forms but we're hoping that this move will be what it takes to keep Living going strong - it's a modern lifestyle classic mag that we'll sorely miss if it's no longer on the newsstands.

MORE INFO: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to Lay Off Staff and Reduce Magazines | New York Times

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(Image: Whole Living)

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Janel Laban is the Executive Editor of Apartment Therapy and has been working here, at the dreamiest of dream jobs, since March 2006.