There has been a lot written lately about the death of the blog since Andrew Sullivan decided to retire from The Daily Dish, but tech blogger Ben Thompson says the one-man blog model is working better than it ever has
Andrew Sullivan’s decision to quit blogging made me think a lot about how blogging has changed over the past few years — both in good ways and bad ways — and what it means to say that one is a “blogger”
Political blogger Andrew Sullivan, who successfully crowdfunded his own independent site at The Daily Dish, says he is going to stop blogging after 15 years because he is worn out by the stress of daily deadlines
Although the number of new subscribers to the site has fallen, Daily Dish founder Andrew Sullivan says he now has a stable base of about 30,000 subscribers paying a total of close to $1 million a year
Political blogger Andrew Sullivan, who left the Daily Beast a year ago to start his own standalone subscription-based site called The Daily Dish, talks about what it’s like being funded entirely by readers and what the future of the site might look like
Blogger Andrew Sullivan, whose site has crossed the $800,000 mark in reader funding, is launching a monthly subscription-only magazine that he says will be filled with longform essays, audio interviews and even poetry.
A new media startup called Beacon wants to give journalists who may not have the ability — or the desire — to run their own site a way to connect with readers who might want to subscribe. I spoke with the founders about their model.
Ten months after going independent, Andrew Sullivan’s politics blog the Dish has hit $791,000 in subscriber revenue. The goal for the year is $900,000. October saw a surge in membership numbers because of the government shutdown.
Ezra Klein and the team behind the popular politics blog Wonkblog just launched a viral site called Know More. It’s “an effort to break the slow web into parts that work for the social web,” Klein says.
The Columbia Journalism Review says that bloggers like Kara Swisher and Andrew Sullivan are unique, and that other journalists and writers shouldn’t look to them as examples of what is possible — but that’s not true at all