DotDash Meredith is transitioning Martha Stewart Living magazine to digital only

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Dotdash Meredith will be retiring the print edition of Martha Stewart Living next month, making it the company’s seventh title not to have a physical release this year.

Chief business officer Alysia Borsa told employees in an email Thursday that the company would focus on expanding the magazine-affiliated website, marthastewart.com. She said the printed May issue will be the last for Martha Stewart Living.

“We remain excited about the digital potential of the brand and will give our full attention to the growth of the digital business,” said Borsa.

She added that 20 New York City-based workers will be “affected” by the end of the print edition, although she did not say how they will be affected. A spokesman for Dotdash Meredith said in an email that the move will not result in any layoffs at the company’s Des Moines office.

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