Now that Tina Brown is out at the Daily Beast, reports are that Barry Diller may be interested in selling the Beast, a famously money-losing property.

Brown, who served as the Daily Beast’s editor-in-chief, had explored the idea of a sale with Diller before announcing her departure yesterday, said the person, who asked not to be named because the deliberations are private. The company hasn’t made any formal moves to shop around the business, the person said.

Executive editor John Avlon is expected to replace Brown, whose new company—"Tina Brown Live Media"—you can read about below.