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Topic: The Daily Beast

Andrew Sullivan and His Blog to Exit NewsBeast

The Dish to move back to its old domain with a new metered pay system

Andrew Sullivan and his team are going back to their humble blogging roots and leaving The Newsweek Daily Beast Co. to set up Dish Publishing, an independent company that will publish…

Newsweek's Last Issue

Magazine says farewell to print

Newsweek went out with a vintage photo of its old midtown New York headquarters for the last issue it’ll publish in print before going digital-only in 2013. In a nod to…

This Is What Newsweek's Digital Future Will Look Like

NewsBeast Labs team creating, teaching digital journalism

It's been quite a year for Newsweek. As the magazine plans for its transition to a digital-only future, you can count the remaining print editions of the storied publication on one…

Why Newsweek's Digital Move Makes Sense

And why it probably won't last

No one really believes Newsweek is going to create the first successful subscription-based digital publication, when that format has been a failure so far. But even if it doesn’t, the…

What If a Brand Could Lead America?

Advertising Week panel mulls hypothetical question

If you could pick a brand to lead the country, which one would it be? This hypothetical question was part of an online poll about politics that a unit of McCann…

NewsBeast: Still Hiring

Controversy be damned; Niall Ferguson cover story a big seller

Despite fresh questions about Newsweek's viability in print, NewsBeast is still hiring. Editor Tina Brown announced the hire of New York Observer’s Politicker editor David Freedlander as a senior political correspondent, focusing…

A Year of Tina Brown and Newsweek Still Needs a Savior

NewsBeast still hasn’t turned around its losses and has a long way to go before it gets into the black

When the merger between Newsweek and The Daily Beast was announced almost a year ago, it seemed like it might, at least, have the makings of a good story: charming…

Former 'Newsweek' Editor Meacham Joins 'Time,' Officially

Signs on as contributing editor to onetime rival

In April, Adweek reported that ex-Newsweek editor Jon Meacham switched teams and wrote his first cover story for Time magazine. Now, Meacham and Time have made their relationship official: He's…

Is Controversy Selling for Tina Brown?

Newsstand numbers for attention-grabbing covers revealed

Tina Brown has courted controversy with some of her recent Newsweek cover choices. Now, newly available sales numbers are showing that those covers did not necessarily translate into the kind…

Good News for 'Newsweek'

Ad pages flat for first time in a year

After a year of year-on-year declines in ad pages, Newsweek has something to celebrate. For July, at least, it has stopped that decline, which could mean improved advertiser confidence in…

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