Andrew Sullivan makes split with the Daily Beast final
Andrew Sullivan is splitting his blog The Dish off into an independent, subscription-based service
Editor Tina Brown says of the end of Newsweek's print edition: "There was always a feeling and a knowledge we would be a digital company"
"Watch this space. You're going to see the whole magazine growing and enriching as the next year unfolds"
Daily Beast writer cops to error in story a month after learning about it
Brown also indicated that the two publications would cross-pollinate, as opposed to becoming a single, fused staff
Barry Diller's on the board of the Washington Post Company; why didn't he buy Newsweek months ago? He let Sidney Harman pay the bill!
IAC chief on death of Newsweek-Beast deal
A top insider says the deal will happen -- or collapse -- within a week. Finding a business plan that works is the main obstacle
Will focus on publishing timely titles by Daily Beast writers -- first as e-books, and then as paperbacks.