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NEW YORK - Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. will begin regular publication of a recipe magazine called Everyday Food following a six-month test run, the company announced Thursday.
Stewart was indicted June 4 on charges of lying to investigators and deceiving her company's shareholders during a probe into her sale of ImClone Systems stock. She stepped down as chief executive of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia on the day the indictments were announced, but she has remained at the company as its chief creative officer as well as a member of the board of directors.
Everyday Food is the first magazine published by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia that does not bear her name.
The company published the first of four test issues in January. From now on, it will be published 10 times a year, and distribution will increase to 900,000 from 750,000 during the trial period.