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Maureen McMurray, supervising producer of "Morning Living," trims the tree with a smile.
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Wrapping It Up
Katie Macpherson, radio intern, and Betsy Karetnick, radio host, wrap up packages (in Martha Stewart wrapping paper, of course)!
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Betsy adorns the tree with gold ornaments.All ornaments are from Macy's Martha Stewart Collection.
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Lisa Mantineo (left), producer of "Everyday Food," and Jennifer Sendrow, producer of "Whole Living," get crafty.
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The tree is coming together!
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Katie (in red dress) assembles ornaments with Liz Aiello, SVP of broadcasting (in striped shirt).
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Lisa Kamen, executive assistant, and Rob Banning, manager of promotions and marketing, take a break from decorating the tree.
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Stylist Jocelyn Worrall adds final touches to the tree.
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A glittery bird perched on a branch.
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A Very Martha Ornament
Stylist Daniele Fiori created special ornaments for the tree, such as this Martha Stewart cookie ornament.
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An Oprah Winfrey ornament! Along with Martha, Oprah has a radio channel, "Oprah and Friends," on Sirius XM Radio.
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A Howard Stern ornament.
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