There are signs of tension at Every Day with Rachael Ray, the magazine that became an overnight success and was hailed as the hottest magazine launch since the early days of O, the Oprah Magazine.
Ray, the founder and editor-in-chief, is said to be upset with the executive upheavals at her namesake magazine, which occurs at a time when the magazine's meteoric growth rate appears to be slowing down.
The magazine is still growing its rate base - the amount of circulation it promises advertisers it will deliver each month. But the plan to push it to 1.7 million by August - announced with much hype around the time of the American Magazine Conference a year ago - was quietly scrapped over the summer.
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