Hearst announced today it will stop publishing O at Home and fold its content into O: The Oprah Magazine, according to word from the publisher.
"Hearst will consolidate the content of O at Home back into its flagship, O, The Oprah Magazine, under the direction of editor-in-chief Susan Reed," the statement reads.
The last standalone issue of O at Home will be Winter 2008, on newsstands November 25.
The closure, according to reports, is part of an aggressive cost-cutting strategy by Hearst President Cathie Black, which also saw the closure of Cosmo Girl in early October.
The campaign has also resulted in job cuts at Harper's Bazaar, Good Housekeeping, Redbook and Esquire.