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As Oprah Makes Departure Plans, O Readies For 10th Anniversary

o magazine.jpgWhen Oprah Winfrey‘s talk show leaves broadcast television in 2011, the magazine that bears her name, Hearst‘s O, The Oprah Magazine will lose an important cross-promotional tool. But, the media company is not worried about that just yet, instead focusing on planning that’s already underway for events tied to the magazine’s tenth anniversary next May, WWD reports.

What’s more, Keith Kelly believes a redesign will accompany the anniversary for the magazine. However, a spokesperson for the magazine told FishbowlNY:

“[Editor-in-chief] Susan Casey and her new team are making subtle changes to the magazine’s design, and while there will be more changes to come in the 10th anniversary year, it is too early to discuss them at this point.”

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Vanity Fair Intern Prepares To Watch Nonstop Cable TV|O Gets A New Design Director|Carr Leaves Greenspun|Ad Agencies Can See The Bottom Nearing

TVNewser: Vanity Fair intern Thomas Kaplan is going to watch 32 hours of cable news over four days next week. Torture? Or actual work?

WWD: O The Oprah Magazine is getting a new look along with it’s new editor-in-chief. Design director Kerry Robertson has departed the magazine and will be replaced — at least for an interim period — by Robert Priest, who formerly worked at Portfolio. O‘s editor-in-chief Susan Reed recently left after less than a year, and she has been replaced by Susan Casey.

Media Ink: Greenspun Media Group prez Michael Carr has left the company, leaving Jason Binn, the founder of Gotham and Los Angeles Confidential (among other titles,) in charge of the company he once ran as Niche Media.

Wall Street Journal: Advertising agencies have had a tough year, but they say things will turn around soon. Stay optimistic!