No more sugar daddies

March 2013
Columbia Journalism Review;Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p64
An interview is presented with online news publisher Andrew Sullivan, who left the website the Daily Beast in 2013 and added subscription fees for his news blog The Dish. Sullivan discusses website traffic, profits from subscriptions, and staff writers for The Dish, as well as the number of articles posted in a week and strategic planning.


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