Stewart's popularity survives but her lifestyle empire suffers

Martha Stewart may have emerged from confinement as a stronger media icon than ever, but the same cannot be said for her lifestyle publishing empire, which is still battling weak revenue in the wake of her conviction a year ago.

26th March, 2005

Martha Stewart may have emerged from confinement as a stronger media icon than ever, but the same cannot be said for her lifestyle publishing empire, which is still battling weak revenue in the wake of her conviction a year ago.

The latest Media Industry Newsletter has estimated an 8.3 per cent shortfall in revenue at her company's flagship title Martha Stewart Living this April, compared with levels achieved a year ago. A media analysis issued...

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