The diversity of dirt extends to stand-alone sites1 min read
diversityDirt, the publication’s coverage of real estate’s breaking news, is expanding to its own stand-alone site, Dirt.com. diversity And Penske Media Corp. announced Monday.
The site is joining a large number of PMC media brands including diversityRolling Stone, Rob Report and Deadline.com.
Moyla will still partner with him diversity, and its content will still appear in the real estate section of the website In addition, diversityIts business team will continue to provide support through advertising.
Alongside the new launch, Dart will begin sending out a weekly newsletter covering the latest moves from high-profile figures across the industry. The Dart will begin expanding its real-estate coverage beyond transactional stories as well as growing its editorial staff.
“We are excited about it diversityIts dirt real estate coverage has engaged our audience so deeply to warrant a single site alone,” said Claudia Eller, diversityIts editor-in-chief.
Dart was first launched by real estate editor Mark David after he came up with his popular column The Real Stalker diversity In 2014. In addition to appearing exclusively on Variety.com, the column appears weekly diversity magazine
Recently, James McClain was also brought on board as the site’s new editor diversity dirt