Openly gay journalist Andrew Sullivan announced Sunday that his blog, The Daily Dish, will be moving from to Tina Brown's

The Daily Beast and Newsweek merged in November, 2010. The New York Times is reporting that the first issue of the revamped Newsweek is expected next month.

“The Dish is moving!” Sullivan wrote in a blog entry. “In April, we'll be joining The Daily Beast.”

“The chance to be a part of a whole new experiment in online and print journalism, in the Daily Beast and Newsweek adventure, is just too fascinating and exciting a challenge to pass up.”

“And to work with media legends, Barry Diller and Tina Brown, and with the extraordinary businessmen Sidney Harman and Stephen Colvin, is the opportunity of a lifetime,” Sullivan added.

Sullivan has been an outspoken critic of President Obama's promises to the gay community.

“So we now have the slogan that sums up the Obama record on gay rights: Not much worse than Bush,” Sullivan wrote in a 2009 post titled We Get A Gay Ambassador!

He summed up Obama's recent decision to no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as a punt.

“And so Obama has basically tossed the ball on this to the Speaker of the House, John Boehner,” Sullivan wrote. “This used to be a no-brainer. But as the polls show greater acceptance of gays and marriage equality, as the old arguments against it begin actually to repel previously anti-same-sex marriage legislators, as in Maryland, the Speaker is being offered to forge a defense of such discrimination in courts. He seems queasy about that. And he should be.”