Hearst Magazines, which recently pulled the plug on Cosmogirl and has been laying off staff at a number of titles, is shutting down O at Home, the shelter-focused spinoff of O, The Oprah Magazine. The release is here.
O at Home's editor in chief, Sarah Gray Miller, is staying with the company, becoming editor in chief of Country Living
From the release:
Sarah Gray Miller has been named editor-in-chief of Country Living magazine, Cathie Black, president, Hearst Magazines announced today. Miller, who joined Hearst in September 2007 as editor-in-chief of O at Home, the quarterly brand extension of O, The Oprah Magazine, replaces Nancy Soriano, who left the company last month after a long and successful tenure at Country Living. Miller assumes her new role immediately. Hearst will consolidate the content of O at Home back into its flagship, O, The Oprah Magazine, under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Susan Reed. The last standalone issue of O at Home will be Winter 2008, on newsstands November 25.