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Oprah Winfrey's Magazine to Cease Regular Print Publication as Brand Becomes "Digitally Centric"


Oprah Winfrey's monthly magazine will cease printing after its December 2020 issue, according to a report by Business of Fashion .


Asked for comment, a rep for Hearst Magazines emphasized to The Hollywood Reporter that the brand is not going away but will become "more digitally centric."


"This is a natural next step for the brand, which has grown to an online audience of 8 million, extending its voice and vision with video and social content.


"As we embark on this next chapter, we will lean into moments that are central to the brand's DNA and deepen the connection with our loyal readers."


Kristen O'Hara, chief business officer of Hearst Magazines, added that the company is "honored to be working with Oprah and her team to reimagine the future."


A recent report by the New York Times included employees describing its toxic environment as well as sexually offensive remarks by former president Troy Young, who resigned Thursday.






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