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In late 2000, Sullivan began his blog, The Daily Dish. The core principle of the blog has been the style of conservatism he views as traditional.
In 2000, Andrew Sullivan was best known as a conservative, often brilliant, sometimes infuriating essayist and former editor of The New Republic. That summer, he began writing what was still called a weblog, posting a few items a day under the title "The Daily Dish."
Andrew Sullivan shuttered his blog, the Dish, last week. It was a unique, capacious site, driven by news but built out in many directions. ... and The Daily Beast.
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Andrew Sullivan, seen at left with Aaron Tone at the White House in 2012, left the Daily Beast to launch his own independent blog. (Charles Dharapak/Associated Press)
Jan 01, 2013 · The widely read political blog, which began as in independent forum for Sullivan's voice, is going to try charging for its content. "Getting readers to pay a small amount for content," Sullivan writes, is "the only truly solid future for online journalism."
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
Veteran political blogger Andrew Sullivan is to leave the Daily Beast, he has announced, to relaunch his popular blog the Dish as an independent, subscription-based site.