O, The Oprah Magazine

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O, The Oprah Magazine, sometimes simply abbreviated to O, is a monthly magazine founded by Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Communications, primarily marketed at women.wikipedia
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O, The Oprah Magazine, sometimes simply abbreviated to O, is a monthly magazine founded by Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Communications, primarily marketed at women.
Winfrey publishes the magazine: O, The Oprah Magazine and from 2004 to 2008 she also published a magazine called O At Home.

Hearst Communications

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O, The Oprah Magazine, sometimes simply abbreviated to O, is a monthly magazine founded by Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Communications, primarily marketed at women.
O, The Oprah Magazine

Sara Nelson

In September 2009, the magazine hired former Publishers Weekly editor–in–chief Sara Nelson as books editor at O.
After that, she was book editor at Oprah's O Magazine.

List of women's magazines

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In a March 2001 an article entitled O Positive, Noreen O'Leary argued that Winfrey was well on her way to influencing the content of women's magazines beyond her own, just as she has helped reshape daytime TV and the world of book publishing.
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«O»

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In April 2001, Oprah Winfrey and the Hearst Corporation were sued for trademark infringement by Ronald Brockmeyer, the publisher of «O» Magazine, a German erotic periodical which predated Winfrey's magazine by several years.
The magazine was notably in a trademark dispute with Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Magazines over their O: The Oprah Magazine title.

Subscription business model

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, its average paid circulation was over 2.7 million copies, two thirds by subscription.

First Lady

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The first shared cover is her April 2009 issue in which she appears with the First Lady Michelle Obama.

Michelle Obama

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The first shared cover is her April 2009 issue in which she appears with the First Lady Michelle Obama.

Ellen DeGeneres

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The second shared cover is with fellow daytime host Ellen DeGeneres on the December 2009 issue.

Caucasian race

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O, the Oprah Magazine serves 63.6% Caucasian, 29.8% African-American, 8.8% Hispanic, 1.8% Asian and 6.6% other women.

African Americans

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O, the Oprah Magazine serves 63.6% Caucasian, 29.8% African-American, 8.8% Hispanic, 1.8% Asian and 6.6% other women.

Hispanic

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O, the Oprah Magazine serves 63.6% Caucasian, 29.8% African-American, 8.8% Hispanic, 1.8% Asian and 6.6% other women.

Asia

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O, the Oprah Magazine serves 63.6% Caucasian, 29.8% African-American, 8.8% Hispanic, 1.8% Asian and 6.6% other women.

Disposable household and per capita income

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It is directed towards a median age of 47.9, median home value of $214,281, median HHI of $68,911, and median IEI of $38,756.

IPad

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The December 2010 issue of The Oprah Magazine was the first released digitally through the magazine's app for the iPad.

Time Inc.

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Sports Illustrated for Women

Casey was editor-in-chief of Sports Illustrated Women, editor-at-large for Time Inc., and creative director of Outside.

Creative director

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Casey was editor-in-chief of Sports Illustrated Women, editor-at-large for Time Inc., and creative director of Outside.

Outside (magazine)

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Casey was editor-in-chief of Sports Illustrated Women, editor-at-large for Time Inc., and creative director of Outside.

The New York Times

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Casey wrote The New York Times bestseller [[The Devil's Teeth: A True Story of Obsession and Survival Among America's Great White Sharks]], and The Wave.

The Devil's Teeth

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Casey wrote The New York Times bestseller [[The Devil's Teeth: A True Story of Obsession and Survival Among America's Great White Sharks]], and The Wave.

Publishers Weekly

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In September 2009, the magazine hired former Publishers Weekly editor–in–chief Sara Nelson as books editor at O.

Eroticism

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In April 2001, Oprah Winfrey and the Hearst Corporation were sued for trademark infringement by Ronald Brockmeyer, the publisher of «O» Magazine, a German erotic periodical which predated Winfrey's magazine by several years.

John G. Koeltl

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In a March 2003 decision, Judge John Koeltl dismissed the suit, citing the different content of the two magazines and the irregular publication schedule and minimal American sales of the German magazine.

Alliance for Audited Media

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Magazine summary, including ABC Circulation information and mission statement