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November 30, 2012
11:27 EDTMSOMartha Stewart may have found buyer for Whole Living, NY Post says
Publishers Hearst and Meredith stayed out of the bidding for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia's (MSO) Whole Living, and American Media and Active Interest Media are also believed to have passed on making offers, but a group of Hachette alums displaced in the Hearst takeover may have emerged as potential bidders for the property, according to the New York Post. The report added that the shrinking list of potential bidders will depress a potential sale price for the magazine. Reference Link
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16:38 EDTMSOMartha Stewart up nearly 15% following licensing deal with Meredith Corp.
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16:07 EDTMSOMeredith secures rights to license Martha Stewart Living Magazine, website
Meredith Corporation (MDP) announced that it has entered into an agreement with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSO) to acquire the rights to Martha Stewart Living and pursuant to a 10-year licensing agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Meredith will lead sales and marketing, circulation, production, and other non-editorial functions of Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings magazines. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia's editorial team will continue to create its highly regarded content. Additionally, Meredith will assume responsibility for the sales and marketing of and and its related assets, including its vast video library. The agreement, which applies to the United States and Canada, is effective November 1. The agreement will not have a material effect on Meredith's FY15 Q2 financial performance, but will be accretive to Meredith's earnings for the second half of fiscal 2015 and in FY16.

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