UPDATE: I didn't want White to be put in a position to apologize, but the issue ballooned far beyond the MMA media and White's hand was forced. I also didn't want to see an apology because, in truth, I don't really care if White does or does not personally care for gays or women or BloodyElbow.com or whoever. It'd be nice, of course, but all I really am asking for is professional standards of public conduct from an executive officer. No more, no less. This apology is more damage control than remorse, but, quite honestly, it's a sufficient response at this point. As far as I am concerned, the issue is over. Let's all move on.
As for the lack of video blogs going forward, it is regrettable. But I'm also glad that Dana will have one less distraction in his life so he can get back to doing what he does best: making the UFC (and hopefully MMA) as popular as possible. That's what he's good at it and that's all he should be concerned with. Time to get back to business.