Steven Waldman

Steven Waldman


My Big News

posted by swaldman

Dear Readers,
This is the most difficult (and surreal) post I’ve had to write. I’m leaving Beliefnet, the company I co-founded in 1999.
In mid November, I’ll be stepping down as President and Editor in Chief to lead a project on the future of the media for the Federal Communications Commission, the government agency that sets rules for the communications industry. (FCC Press Release here)
I can’t quite think of a suitable analogy. Perhaps it’s something like saying goodbye to your child as he goes off to college? (Except I’m the one leaving). I feel an intense mix of sadness, excitement and pride.
I thought of the idea that became Beliefnet in 1997. Robert Nylen, a talented magazine publisher, and I secured funding in 1999 and launched the site December 28, 1999 (we used to joke that we wanted to get it up in time for the new millennium in case there was an apocalypse, which we thought would be good for traffic). Beliefnet has had many highs and lows, having boomed and busted and then gradually thrived again, becoming the largest multifaith website. 3.2 million people have visited us this month and 14 million have received email newsletters.
We had a variety of motives in starting Beliefnet — personal, professional, and entrepreneurial. They all converged around a simple idea: faith is profoundly important to most Americans, and it was too often treated incompletely or condescendingly by mainstream media. We wanted to provide a safe place where people could explore their faith and find strength, hope, insight and friendship.
Our mission has been to help you enrich your faith or spiritual practice, but we secretly have hoped that the site would, along the way, improve understanding among believers of different flavors, too.
The best is yet to come for Beliefnet. The company will be led by Beth Ann Eason, the general manager and COO, who has been skillfully running the business side already for almost two years. Ju-Don Roberts, the senior vice president for content and community (who recently joined us from The WashingtonPost.com, where she was managing editor), will take over leadership of the editorial and community aspects. The whole Beliefnet team, as you might have guessed by now, is extraordinary. What’s more, News Corp and Fox have been very good to us since acquiring the company in 2007 and we’re busily hatching exciting plans for further improvements.
I’m going to become “Senior Advisor to the Chairman” at the FCC, helping (in the words of the press release) “to assess the state of media in these challenging economic times and make policy recommendations designed to ensure a vibrant media landscape.
In a way, it feels a bit like 1999 for me. I started Beliefnet because I thought a particular group — people of faith — weren’t getting the information they needed. Now, there may be a more systemic crisis in journalism and I’m honored to be able to help address that.
One last factor: I know Julius Genachowski, the new chairman of the FCC, quite well. He’s as talented, honest and decent a person as you’ll find in public service.
I’ll undoubtedly reminisce in this space before I leave — about the extraordinary people I’ve worked with, the caring people I’ve met in the faith and spirituality community, and about how privileged I feel to have been given this gift for the past 10+ years.
But I can’t resist saying a bit more, today, about the people who visit Beliefnet. When we started turning message board posts into articles in 2000, we didn’t know to call it “user generated content” or that such user involvement would revolutionize communications. It has been clear since day one that Beliefnet’s character derives in significant part from the contributions of those who visit, participate, and very often comfort and inspire each other here with stunning eloquence. What a blessing it has been for me to watch this all unfold.
I realize you all have very busy lives. You have a thousand different options for how to spend your time. I am, and will always be, profoundly grateful that you’re spending some of that time on Beliefnet.
Steve



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Jo

posted October 28, 2009 at 4:00 pm


Big news indeed,you will be missed at beliefnet. From Sydney Australia I wish you and your family the best always
Take care
Jo



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jestrfyl

posted October 28, 2009 at 4:29 pm


I not only use your site daily – I often return a few times during the day. Though the content is not always perfect, it is the best site for finding the information and opinions I need as a pastor. Many of my sermons have included references to material I have read on B’net and I have encouraged colleagues and students to check articles here. My daughter – who is minoring in religion in college – has used B’net to begin research on several subjects. This was a project that needed to be created and I appreciate the effort you have made to make it as comprehensive and user friendly as it is.
I have a suggestions for your final act as PooBah of B’net (this is sort of like Sam Malone straightening the picture of Geronimo in the last scene of the final Cheers episode). Could you get someone to spell the word “been” on the bottom of the commentary pages. It has been spelled “ben” for a couple of years and even B’net Tiger has not been successful in making the change.
Peace to you in your new endeavor; Joy in your new travels; Hope with each challenge; and Love, without which the other three are mere sentiment.



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Dave

posted October 28, 2009 at 4:49 pm


Will your new position be in any way involved in the possible reinstitution of the “Fairness Doctrine”? Given that your now former employer is one of the main targets of those behind the pushing of the Obama Administration and the FCC for reinstitution, and your listed duties are broad enough to easily encompass this…



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Carol

posted October 28, 2009 at 5:12 pm


Going over to the enemy side? How will you be comfortable with the administration’s attempts to silence all speech with which they disagree?



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Panthera

posted October 28, 2009 at 6:17 pm


Steven,
God bless and God speed.
You have brought a very high standard of journalism and good faith towards all to Beliefnet. I hope and pray this will continue in your absence.
All the best in your new endeavors.
Hey – you could always write a blog for Beliefnet! Give it a thought, I bet there’d be many readers.
Your
Panthera



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Mr. Incredible

posted October 28, 2009 at 7:18 pm


Carol
October 28, 2009 5:12 PM
Going over to the enemy side? How will you be comfortable with the administration’s attempts to silence all speech with which they disagree?
———————————————————–
Critical question, Carol. His conscience will wrestle with this.



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Gerard Nadal

posted October 28, 2009 at 7:58 pm


Steven,
The best of luck and longevity in your new position. Your work here at Beliefnet has been an occasion of blessing in many lives and is something for which you may always be extremely proud, and for which you will always be fondly remembered.
God bless you and your family as you navigate both this transition and the loss of your wife’s father.



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Mr. Incredible

posted October 28, 2009 at 8:39 pm


I, for one, am surprised, at once honored, at the power Panthera gives us — that is, the power to “make” him go away. I did know I have that power. I didn’t know he relinquished his power to choose, electing us to choose for him.
Well, it is what it is, and as long as he assigns that power to me, for one, I pledge to use it well. Like, in just over 12 months and, then, again, in three years, in the cause of Conservatives, so we can correct the major mistake of last November.



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Mr. Incredible

posted October 28, 2009 at 8:41 pm


I did know I have that power. — – > I didn’t know I have that power.



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Robert Morwell

posted October 28, 2009 at 8:50 pm


I’m guessing you won’t miss the tedious political rants…some of them quite hysterical and incredible.
No, wait…you’re headed into a post where you will get an even more steady diet of them.
God save ya, Steve!
And thanks for all your fine work.



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pagansister

posted October 28, 2009 at 9:40 pm


Good luck to you, Steve. This site has meant a lot to me and I will continue to use it. Will enjoy reading the rest of what you have to say until your final post!



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Katie Angel

posted October 28, 2009 at 9:46 pm


Steve,
I will miss you and your insights. I don’t always agree with your positions but they always make me think and have led to hundreds of interesting and lively conversations. Best of luck in your new venture.



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Gerard Nadal

posted October 28, 2009 at 10:26 pm


Hi Pagansister,
Long time. Hope you and yours are well.
Panthera,
Don’t take the bait from Miss Incredible.



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Husband

posted October 28, 2009 at 10:44 pm


” How will you be comfortable with the administration’s attempts to silence all speech with which they disagree?”
Carol, that sounds like exactly what happens here – on the Crunchy Con blog.



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Mr. Incredible

posted October 28, 2009 at 11:19 pm


Gerard Nadal
October 28, 2009 10:26 PM
Panthera,
Don’t take the bait from Miss Incredible.
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Yes, keep on running away.



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Mr. Incredible

posted October 29, 2009 at 1:35 am


Steve, in three years, will you stay on after we vote the Obammy government outta office, correcting the mistake that was made last November?



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Mr. Incredible

posted October 29, 2009 at 2:40 am


Steve, how well do you think you will work with the Conservative president who will be elected in three years to correct the mistake that was made last November?



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WEBelieve

posted October 29, 2009 at 7:30 am


The fact that you have gotten a job with the FCC, as a result of your seeing a need and filling it here with Bnet,says much for your talents. Thanks for making this place what it is…Im sure your being a part of the FCC can only improve it, in ways we have yet to see.
Only the best! Sincerely… those of us who are grateful for having a place to voice our faith.



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Alicia

posted October 29, 2009 at 9:49 am


Steve, good luck, and fare-thee-well. The FCC needs good people like you.



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hlvanburen

posted October 29, 2009 at 10:48 am


Best of luck in your new position. You will be missed here, but go in the knowledge that you started something very, very good. We’ll see how the next tenants do with what you have built.
God bless!



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Brad B

posted October 29, 2009 at 12:00 pm


Congratulations Steve and best of luck with the FCC.



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pagansister

posted October 29, 2009 at 1:00 pm


Hi! Gerard Nadal:
All is well in my neck of the woods…in fact, couldn’t be much better. Appreciate you asking. Hope all is well with you and yours.



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bill

posted October 29, 2009 at 1:28 pm


And I was worried that you’d been ill when you went so long w/o posting! All the best to you, Dear Friend. I’ll be praying for you in your new position. Vaya con Dios.



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MargaretE

posted October 29, 2009 at 8:27 pm


Godspeed, Mr. Waldman. You’ve done a good thing here, with Beliefnet. May your good work continue!



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Shylock

posted October 29, 2009 at 8:29 pm


God bless you, Steve, for making this website happen! I refer to it almost daily. I like that I can always count on finding an opinion on faith-based current affairs, one in which I may not agree with, but which can help start an informed discussion nonetheless.
It’s also highlighted to me personally how much I just don’t understand some people’s worldviews! As a result, my own convictions are often reinforced but I find that the challenge is spiritually beneficial.
You must be thrilled to be embarking on a new career endeavor and I wish you all the best of luck with your future!



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mareiska

posted October 29, 2009 at 9:25 pm


It’s funny– I’ve been noticing that bnet seems to have gotten really soft– warm and fuzzy and not as edgy as it was in the beginning. I wonder if this is because of the changes in editorial management. Well, we’ve already started missing you Steve. Give them hell at the FCC!



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elmo

posted October 30, 2009 at 1:11 am


I joined Beliefnet within days of its launch around New Year’s 2000.
I was a practicing Buddhist at the time. By year’s end, I had returned to the Catholic Church.
I believe it was after reading an essay by an American Buddhist writer on this site who noted that the Dalai Lama encouraged westerners to remain true to their faith traditions rather than convert to Buddhism that I began to seriously ask whether I could do it. Could I become a Catholic? I credit Beliefnet in part to my reversion. It was here that I could ask questions in forums, read essays from a variety of religions, and read up on the practices of my newfound faith. This site convinced me that this progressive, cosmopolitan advanced degreed “liberated” woman could find the way to God in the Catholic Church.
I remember writing in the forums with breathless joy about the graces I experienced upon my return to Catholicism. To this day I breathe deeply and frequently the fragrance of the Holy Spirit in liturgies and celebrations and it’s as heady now as it was nearly 10 years ago.
I am deeply grateful to Steve Waldman for providing such a wonderful site where a seeker like myself can openly without judgment explore my faith; where all are welcome, regardless of what your religion is or even whether you have one at all.
It is because of you that so many people of any or no faith can engage in discussion on so many topics of the day so civilly, learning from each other and having the freedom to believe or not believe as we see fit.
Thank you for providing this respite on the Internet where this poor sinner could stop and rest and find the Beloved of my soul. Best wishes to you in D.C.



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Nell Minow

posted October 30, 2009 at 7:24 am


I will miss working with you very much but am thrilled you will take on this crucial project and know that you and the Chairman will do great things. My dad says that this country has the opportunity to match what the Morrill Act did for the 19th century in creating the land grant colleges by using digital technology to transform media, universities, and workplaces. I can’t think of anyone better qualified to lead this transformative process. And I look forward to having you in Washington!



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Christin

posted October 30, 2009 at 8:23 pm


Mr. Waldman, I want to first congratulate you! I just joined this community, but I love it. It is great for all kinds of people, going through many things. May you have much success in your future endeavors.



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Jim Callaway

posted October 31, 2009 at 10:45 am


I hope this is heralded from the roof tops as an example of the type of broad reach and “other” perspective that is possible with new blood coming in to Washington.
Beliefnet was a revolution because it combined two thoughts – faith and venture funding…those of us that watched this new that in itself was a revolution.
You will be missed…. but me thinks this is a higher calling…. if in nothing else than your new frequency.
Keep true to your faith and the nation will be better for all your new sacrifice.



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Alejandro

posted October 31, 2009 at 9:19 pm


Dear Steve,
I feel the need to express how much you’ll be missed by Beliefnet which to me was and is God’s gift to the world through you and how your site has established interfaith communications and dialogue to help people of different religious backgrounds to interact and understand one another.It’s not a stretch to say that this has been by far and still is the best Interfaith ministry that any one man could have launched.I pray every day for world peace and for the peace of Jerusalem.Through you and your website I learned a lot more than what I might have actually learned had it not been through your website.You will be missed indeed but your legacy will live forever.
Sincerely,
Alejandro Reyes,II



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JoAnn

posted November 1, 2009 at 12:11 pm


Dear Steve,
I bet this was a tough decision. I owned my own business for ten years and then I had to walk away, it was very difficult also. Beliefnet.com for me has been such a good place to pray and find some peace and serenity. I thank you for starting beliefnet, and I am quite sure you will be missed. I do wish you well in your new endeavour!
Warmly,
JoAnn M.



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jamal49

posted November 2, 2009 at 6:54 am


Well, sir, I wish you Godspeed and much success on your new project. I say that I have and continue to enjoy Beliefnet. Great information, provocative discussions, and wonderful, caring and thoughtful people who make up the Beliefnet community. I come here every day. I study about all the different faiths that sustain the spiritual needs of millions of people. What has made Beliefnet so different is that it presents these faiths with respect and equality. I appreciate that because it has taught me just how deeply spiritual humans really are and how, in their sincere search for spiritual sustenance and inspiration, they find their spiritual home. Thank you.



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Your Name

posted November 2, 2009 at 9:32 pm


I don’t know why, but I feel deep sense of loss that you are stepping down. I do hope all goes really well with you and your new job. Thanks for the personal note to all your beliefnet fans. God Bless You.
Pat yourself on the back for a job well done. This site has helped a lot of people. That puts a smile on my face and I hope it does for you also.
Always,
Debbie



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Steven Waldman

posted November 3, 2009 at 11:00 am


Thank you all for your very kind comments. I’ve shared some of them with my children. They’re definitely helping me with the emotional angst inherent in this decision.
Obviously, I was thinking of some of you when I wrote: “Beliefnet’s character derives in significant part from the contributions of those who visit, participate, and very often comfort and inspire each other here with stunning eloquence. What a blessing it has been for me to watch this all unfold.”



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posted November 15, 2009 at 11:55 am


Thanks for sharing your vision and making it a reality so that so many more would benefit. Continue to walk with God.



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Wow- what a great read! Thanks for sharing that story with us, and may God be with you in your new endeavors. I would like to say thank you for Beliefnet. I’ve had a great time here & can’t wait to see what’s next!



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Anglican

posted December 24, 2009 at 8:54 pm


Dear Mr. Waldman, I got to this post on your blog by being behind the times. I’ve been with Beliefnet as a reader and a poster almost since the beginning. Some of you might know me from my posts as Sirach.
It’s been a busy couple of years and sad ones for my family so I missed till a few minutes ago that Mr. Murdoch had bought Beliefnet. Not a happy surprise for Christmas.
I will quit coming to Beliefnet. There’s no way that Mr. Murdoch’s touch can keep if from turning to dross.
I wish you, Mr. Waldman, and yours not only very well, but a very Merrrrryyy Christmas and all the best in the coming years.
If you have another brain child like Beliefnet I hope I find out soon especially if it’s on the net.
God bless us everyone.



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Anglican

posted December 24, 2009 at 8:56 pm


Dear Mr. Waldman, I got to this post on your blog by being behind the times. I’ve been with Beliefnet as a reader and a poster almost since the beginning. Some of you might know me from my posts as Sirach.
It’s been a busy couple of years and sad ones for my family so I missed till a few minutes ago that Mr. Murdoch had bought Beliefnet. Not a happy surprise for Christmas.
I will quit coming to Beliefnet. There’s no way that Mr. Murdoch’s touch can keep if from turning to dross.
I wish you, Mr. Waldman, and yours not only very well, but a very Merrrrryyy Christmas and all the best in the coming years.
If you have another brain child like Beliefnet I hope I find out soon especially if it’s on the net.
God bless us everyone.



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posted January 14, 2010 at 9:49 am


Dear Mr. waldman, I would like to wish you all the luck, and you deserve better. I would like to thank you very much and i was reading all the articles of beliefnet from http://www.picktorrent.com
wish u all the success



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posted January 14, 2010 at 9:51 am


Dear Mr. waldman, I would like to wish you all the luck, and you deserve better. I would like to thank you very much and i was reading all the articles of beliefnet from http://www.picktorrent.com
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posted April 1, 2010 at 4:52 pm


Mr. Waldman.
It is April 1, 2010. I googled your name and this blog came up. I don’t know how else to contact you. I write to thank you for your book FOUNDING FAITH. It is brillent. I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. My testimony of the establishment of this nation was enhanced by your book.
“Therefore, it is not right that any man should be in bondage one to another. And for this purpose have I established the Constitution of this land, by the hands of wise men whom I raised up unto this very purpose…”
Thank you again,
Wendy Manwaring



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