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Daily Beast's Andrew Sullivan to relaunch Daily Dish behind paywall

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The political blogger is leaving the Daily Beast - and advertising - behind, encouraging readers to fund his revamped siteVeteran political blogger Andrew Sullivan is to leave the Daily Beast, he has announced, to relaunch his popular blog the Daily Dish as an independent, subscription-based site.Adding weight to the move...
Daily Beast's Andrew Sullivan to relaunch Daily Dish behind paywall

Can Andrew Sullivan make post-industrial journalism pay?

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We’re only a couple of days into the new year, and already we have a defining media moment: Andrew Sullivan, the star blogger who built a huge following at The New Republic and Time magazine and later moved to Tina Brown’s new-media platform The Daily Beast, announced that he is...
Can Andrew Sullivan make post-industrial journalism pay?

pC LIVE Podcast: How to monetize digital content: Advertising or paywall?

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Some publishers and content companies are betting their future on subscription revenue from readers and users, while others are keeping their content free and banking on advertising revenue to pay the way. What are the pros and cons of each model? (Download this episode) Subscribe to GigaOM Podcasts via RSS...
pC LIVE Podcast: How to monetize digital content: Advertising or paywall?
Sullivan's new Dish raises $333,000 from over 11K people in first 24 hours

"Inhumane State Terror" - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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"Inhumane State Terror" - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan
Andrew Sullivan and the new wisdom of the leaky meter
Andrew Sullivan's blog is adding a pay meter. Does that mean you should too?

Tinypass, Andrew Sullivan's Favorite Paywall Operator, Gets a CEO and Some Cash

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Big month for Tinypass, the little company that helps publishers sell content online. On Jan. 2, blogger Andrew Sullivan announced with much fanfare that he was using Tinypass to power his experiment in self-publishing, a move that generated an enormous amount of attention for the 12-person shop. Now Tinypass has...
Tinypass, Andrew Sullivan's Favorite Paywall Operator, Gets a CEO and Some Cash

QOTD: Maybe Information Wants To Be Ad-Free?

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We’re increasingly struck how advertising is dominated online by huge entities, and how compromising and time-consuming it could be for so few of us to try and lure big corporations to support us. We’re also mindful how online ads have created incentives for pageviews over quality content. – “The Dish”...
QOTD: Maybe Information Wants To Be Ad-Free?

paidContent Live 2013 coverage

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The only constant in the modern media business is chaos. We can all agree we’re in the midst of an historic and seismic shift in which all media becomes digital, but the business models, technologies, winners and losers that will define that digital era are very much up in the...
paidContent Live 2013 coverage

Netanyahu: "I Won" - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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Netanyahu: "I Won" - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan
Why the Washington Post is smart to try sponsored content, and why others should too

Citing "flat-lined" sales, Andrew Sullivan's Dish lowers paywall to 5 free stories every 60 days

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The Dish is making its paywall stricter in its second month, Andrew Sullivan wrote Monday. He cited sales that “flat-lined once the meter reset for most people after March 8,” and the fact that people were accessing the site from multiple devices and thus increasing their limit of free stories....
Citing "flat-lined" sales, Andrew Sullivan's Dish lowers paywall to 5 free stories every 60 days

Sullivan's Dish racks up $333k from 12k subscribers in one day at an average rate of $28 per subscription

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Andrew Sullivan made waves yesterday announcing that he was taking his publication and team away from The Daily Beast, and striking out on his own. His plan to sell yearly subscriptions to the blog at a rate of $19.99 – you can pay more if you wish – raised many...
Sullivan's Dish racks up $333k from 12k subscribers in one day at an average rate of $28 per subscription
Andrew Sullivan's grand experiment in reader-supported online journalism is now live

paidContent Live Re-Run: David Karp on Tumblr in the media landscape

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Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp took part in our recent paidContent Live show earlier this month, and spoke about his company’s evolving role in the media world. In this Q&A with Mathew Ingram, Karp talks about some of the success Tumblr-ers have found on the platform, including the 70...
paidContent Live Re-Run: David Karp on Tumblr in the media landscape
On the fight for fair fees in digital streaming
Why I admire the OC Register, even though I disagree with almost everything they are doing

Political Blogger to Set Up New Pay Site

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Political blogger Andrew Sullivan is leaving the Daily Beast website and striking out on his own with a site supported entirely by reader payments....
Political Blogger to Set Up New Pay Site

How Long Has This Been Going On? Ctd - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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How Long Has This Been Going On? Ctd - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

Press+: Publishers are charging more for digital content and offering less free

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RR Donnelley’s Press+, which helps more than 400 publishers offer metered paywalls and manage digital subscriptions, says its clients are charging more for monthly subscriptions while offering fewer articles for free. “What we’re seeing is a tide sweeping through the industry of publishers lowering their meters and moving to prices that...
Press+: Publishers are charging more for digital content and offering less free

This is about more than just advertorial -- it's about brands going direct

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We’ve been writing a fair bit lately about “native” advertising or sponsored content, including a recent post about BuzzFeed’s challenges in relying on that as a business model. But as former Forbes.com founder David Churbuck points out in a recent essay, this phenomenon is about a lot more than just...
This is about more than just advertorial -- it's about brands going direct
Hyperlocal news outfit EveryBlock abruptly shut down by NBC News

Andrew Sullivan rolls out $1.99/month payment option for The Dish

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Saying that many readers have asked for it, Andrew Sullivan once again modified the paywall for his popular site The Dish on Monday, adding a monthly payment option. Previously, readers were asked to pay $19.99 (or more) per year); now, they will also have the option of paying $1.99 (or...
Andrew Sullivan rolls out $1.99/month payment option for The Dish

On Chait, Ctd - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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On Chait, Ctd - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

Andrew Sullivan: Why Does a Salad cost more than a Big Mac? http://bit.ly/9QpCF7 #fb

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Andrew Sullivan: Why Does a Salad cost more than a Big Mac? http://bit.ly/9QpCF7 #fb

Discover new revenue models for media at paidContent Live 2013

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Our conference is called paidContent Live, but the “paid” and “content” parts of that phrase have been undergoing fundamental disruption. The maturation of digital media, new content-creation and distribution platforms, and new media players of all kinds are changing the way media is consumed, created, distributed and, most importantly, the way...
Discover new revenue models for media at paidContent Live 2013

Andrew Sullivan says it's "unlikely" The Dish will reach its $900,000 goal

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When Andrew Sullivan, founder of the popular politics blog The Dish, announced in January that he was leaving the Daily Beast and taking the blog independent, the goal was to raise $900,000 to keep business up and running in the first year. After an early influx of reader subscriptions, though,...
Andrew Sullivan says it's "unlikely" The Dish will reach its $900,000 goal

What Often Happens To Israel's Friends - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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What Often Happens To Israel's Friends - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or publishers, or both?

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Andrew Sullivan, the former Daily Beast writer who recently launched his own standalone publishing venture, has made it pretty clear that he doesn’t like advertising, which is why his site is supported entirely by reader subscriptions. And he also made it clear in a recent series of posts that he...
When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or publishers, or both?
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