Tag: andrew sullivan

by Mark Glaser

Vox.com launched this week, the much talked-about explanatory news site headed up by former Washington Post columnist Ezra Klein. There’s been a lot of anticipation around Vox.com’s launch, and to many it seems like Vox is lodestar for a new kind of journalism that’s largely influenced by a singular editorial vision. We’ve seen other journalists [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Journalists are on the move in America and creating a new vitality (Emily Bell / Guardian) 2. Facebook, still dominant, strives to keep cachet (Jenna Wortham, Vindu Goel & Nicole Perlroth / NYT) 3. Jay Rosen joins Pierre Omidyar news venture (Jay Rosen / PressThink) 4. Andrew Sullivan expands The Daily Dish with monthly [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Why Associated Press is focusing on user generated content standards and safety (journalism.co.uk) 2. Six months in, Andrew Sullivan’s Dish hits 28k paid subscribers and $715k in revenue (paidContent) 3. Authors lose class status in Google digital books case (Reuters) 4. With 30 million unique views under its belt, Upworthy is ready to monetize (Forbes) [...] more »

by Mark Glaser

The New York Times popularized the notion of a news organization charging for some content using the “metered pay wall.” That means you get to read a certain number of free articles per month, then you have to pay up. That model is certainly getting around, with many more newspaper sites putting up pay walls, [...] more »

by Mark Glaser

We are back with the Mediatwits podcast, revamped in a roundtable format with “regulars” and occasional special guests. This week we have Mark Glaser moderating, along with the Guardian’s Ana Marie Cox, Seattle Times’ Mónica Guzmán and Reuters’ Felix Salmon (USC’s Andrew Lih can’t join us this week). Special guest Andrew Sullivan will be joining [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Wall Street Journal hacked alongside New York Times (WSJ) 2. If you build a social media community on company time, who gets it when you resign? (memeburn) 3. What do this conservative blogger and radical rock star have in common? A fanatical devotion to online fans (PaidContent.org) 4. A new kind of gluttony for [...] more »