|Former editors||Dara Caponigro|
Veranda is a lifestyle magazine with a focus on the home, and has a circulation of 476,539. It is a resource for living well, from decorating and architecture to fashion and beauty. The magazine is one of the Hearst Corporation's shelter magazine titles, alongside Elle Décor and House Beautiful.
Founded in 1987 by Lisa Newsom, the magazine originally focused on decor, gardens, and jewelery coverage, but it has since been expanded into luxury travel under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Dara Caponigro. Caponigro took the helm at Veranda in April 2010, after several editorial positions at domino, House Beautiful, and Elle Décor. In 2010, Jennifer Levene-Bruno replaced original publisher, Sims Bray, who continued as a consultant at Veranda until the end of that year.
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- Caponigro, Dara. "Veranda Editorial Mission". Veranda Media Kit. Veranda Publications. Retrieved 5 July 2012.
- "Hearst magazines names three editors-in-chief: Stephen Drucker to lead Town&country; Newell Turner becomes editor-in-chief of House beautiful; Dara Caponigro named editor-in-chief of Veranda". Hearst magazines names three editors-in-chief: Stephen Drucker to lead Town&country; Newell Turner becomes editor-in-chief of House beautiful; Dara Caponigro named editor-in-chief of Veranda. Hearst Corporation. Retrieved 5 July 2012.
- Sherrill, Marcia. "Introspective: Dara Caponigro". Introspective Magazine. 1st Dibs. Retrieved 5 July 2012.
- Caponigro, Dara. "New Publisher of Veranda announced: Jennifer Levene-Bruno". The Editor at Large. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
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