Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Beliefnet sells out to the moneychangers

I wish to God this was something being reported by the Onion. Instead, it appears to be real and not a parody.

Fox Entertainment Group (FEG) today announced its acquisition of Beliefnet, a Web site that enables consumers to better understand their faith and build diverse spiritual communities by providing content and tools for a broad range of religions and spiritual approaches. Beliefnet, the largest online faith and spirituality destination, will become part of Fox Digital Media, spearheaded by President Dan Fawcett, which takes on an expanded role to support FEG’s vast cable, TV and film brands online, and drive FEG’s continued growth in the online market.

I'm taking bets now on how long it will take them to change the "Islam" tab to "Islamofascists."

Maybe WalMart will want to buy Whosoever ...


Aaron said...

Bite your tongue about WalMart buying WhoSoEver... ;)

Candace Chellew-Hodge said...

You don't think I'd look divine in that little blue vest?


Tim Mathis said...

Hey, I just found this blog after Googling "Christian Agnostic" curiously, having just put down some thoughts on the topic! I love it!

Candace Chellew-Hodge said...

Welcome, Tim! Glad you've found us. Hope you'll be a regular visitor.