Martha Stewart

Founder & Director
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.

Millions of consumers rely on Martha Stewart as their arbiter of style and taste and their guide to all aspects of everyday living – from cooking and entertaining to decorating and gardening. One savvy businesswoman, Stewart created an expansive multimedia portfolio that encompasses magazines, the website, an Emmy Award-winning television show, a line of home-improvement products at The Home Depot, home products exclusively at Macy’s, pet products at PetSmart, Martha Stewart Crafts, and more.  Next year, she plans to launch Martha Stewart stores within J. C. Penney department stores, as well as a Martha Stewart e-commerce site. Coming soon: Martha Stewart to launch own space program. It could happen.

Posts With Martha Stewart


BlogHer to WSJ: Here’s the Rest of the Story About Blogging Business Trips

According to a article by Katie Rosman, the chardonnay-infused disco just never ends at women’s blogging conferences, where every blogger is a mom getting her due.

Hey, AOL Content Makers! Meet Your New Boss, Susan Lyne — And Start Thinking About Video, Right Now.

And if you’re wondering what “brand” means at AOL, the company’s new Brand Group CEO is happy to explain.


A Thanksgiving Centerpiece (Comic)

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site.

Commerce in a Box: Birchbox and Brit + Co. Launch New Subscription Services

The growing selection of subscription goodie boxes now includes offerings featuring home decor and crafts.

News Byte

Brit Media Raises $1.25M and Launches Wedding Web Site Tools

Former Google TV product lead Brit Morin is disclosing today that she has raised $1.25 million in seed funding from an impressive list of investors, including Marissa Mayer, Aileen Lee, Tina Sharkey and Seth Goldstein, Kevin Colleran, Annabel Teal, Index Ventures, General Catalyst, Founders Fund Angel and DMGT. The company — called Brit Media — is aiming to build a new lifestyle brand (think Martha Stewart), and kicks off today with Weduary, a customizable and social wedding Web site.

Martha Stewart on the Web: A Good Thing. The Full Dive Into Media Interview.

Martha Stewart is a celebrity and a brand and a business. Which means she has even more opportunity in an era where the Web lets her go directly to her fans.

Interview: Martha Stewart on Tech Etiquette, Her Two BlackBerrys and More (Video)

Martha Stewart shares her list of tech gripes in a video interview with AllThingsD’s Ina Fried.

Martha Stewart Makes Her Home on the Internet (Video)

Apps and digital editions, how-to content and litter boxes, were all topics of discussion in a D: Dive Into Media session with Martha Stewart herself and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia CEO Lisa Gersh.

Martha Stewart on Her Changing Media Empire

“We are relentless in serving our customers where they need us, where they want us,” Stewart said, speaking at D: Dive Into Media on Tuesday.

More Stars for D: Dive Into Media — Jason Kilar, Dick Costolo and Martha Stewart Join Us Onstage

Our first-ever media conference kicks off in a litte more than a month. And we’ve added the heads of Hulu, Twitter and Martha Stewart Living to a star-studded cast.

AOL Officially Adds 5Min to Its Roster. Next?

Wenda Millard Out at Martha Stewart

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