- Women who are media powerhouses. // Media Report to Women;Summer2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
Discloses that American women celebrities Rosie O'Donnell, Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart have television programs and magazines to promote their particular lifestyle philosophies, according to celebrity magazine 'Parade.'
- FACES. Russak, Brian // FN: Footwear News;7/26/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 29, p36
Reports on several events in the footwear industry attended by celebrities in the U.S. and France. Television personality Martha Stewart at Calvin Klein's midsummer night bash; Television talk show host Oprah Winfrey in Valentino's couture show in Paris, France; Hollywood starlet Paula...
- Domestic Goddesses in the Corporate Pantheon: Oprah Winfrey, Martha Stewart, and Rachael Ray as Celebrity Brands. Duffy, Brooke; Green, Caralyn; Snorton, Riley // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2008, p1
We conducted a visual analysis of O, The Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, and Every Day with Rachael Ray to understand how these publications' multimedia celebrity namesakes negotiate their identities as successful cultural producers and as populist domestic goddesses. We argue that their...
- A KEY MEDIA DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MARTHA AND OPRAH IS THEIR MAGAZINES. // Media Industry Newsletter;2/22/2010, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p3
The article reports that both Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey are switching from free television to cable although Stewart's magazine "Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia" was launched a year before she gained a television (TV) show while "O" of Oprah was launched after she appeared on TV.
- End of the Everywoman. Case, Tony // Adweek;2/27/2012, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p7
The author offers opinions on women celebrities Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey. It is argued that business reverses suffered by each woman reflects their declining influence in U.S. society, particularly among other women. The rapid growth of the social media Web site Pinterest is seen as an...
- GREEK GODS VERSUS TODAY'S ICONS. // Read;9/9/2005, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p19
The article compares classical Greek gods to modern-day celebrities. Zeus is compared to "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell, Hermes to champion bike racer Lance Armstrong, Hestia to the mogul of domesticity Martha Stewart, Hera to talk show host Oprah Winfrey and Aphrodite to the actress...
- STARS' SWEET CHARITY. Pienciak, Ryan; Tresniowski, Alex; Williams, Ashley; Wren, Jennifer; Alexander, Bryan; Alexander, Reagan; Breuer, Howard; Chi, Paul; Chiu, Alexis; Dagostino, Mark; Hammel, Sara; Harrington, Maureen; Ingrassia, Lisa; Lu, Haiwen; Margaret, Mary; McGee, Tiffany; Norman, Pete; Nussbaum, Gail; Rizzo, Monica; Swertlow, Frank // People;5/21/2007, Vol. 67 Issue 20, p24
This article focuses on the generous charitable donations of famous people and celebrities as taken from a list compiled by The Giving Back Fund, a nonprofit which researches tax-deductible donations of celebrities. The most generous celebrity is Oprah Winfrey. The charitable donations of Rosie...
- Heavenly scents. Simpson, Richard V. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Oct95, Vol. 100 Issue 8, p36
Features a brief history of perfume preparation, packaging and application. Sources of frankincense and myrrh; Religious and social significance; Materials used as containers; Mass-production technique in the mid-19th century; Romantic myth of gentle feminine seduction; Elegant and fanciful...
- Who Oprah hates. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);8/19/2002, p26
Presents a list of celebrities in the U.S. who have negative relations with television show host Oprah Winfrey, such as actor Steve Martin.