O, The Oprah Magazine Switches To Digital
Written by Site Hub on July 28, 2020
After 20 years in print, O, The Oprah Magazine has announced that it will be shifting to a digital platform and will no longer be releasing printed publications.
An official for Hearst, O’s parent company said:
“(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.”
Originally, the magazine was focused on lifestyle and personal growth for women, but it has grown to include human interest stories, advice and guest writers, including Michelle Obama.
The announcement follows the resignation of Hearst Communication’s president Troy Young. Young was accused of creating a toxic work environment.
Debi Chirichella is taking his place for now.