Posts Tagged ‘Washington Post’

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Cincinnati TV Station Uses Washington Post to Get People to ‘Drop’ Local Newspaper

It's all part of the Post's digital partner program.

Post Adds Times Public Editor as Media Columnist

Wemple and Farhi's roles not expected to change

D.C. Police Release Surveillance Videos of Ex-Marine Being Attacked Outside McDonald’s [UPDATE]

MPD is looking for three suspects.

ESPN Raid on Current and Former Post Staff Continues

Seven former Post staffers attached to project

D.C.’s Blizzard Coverage Looked Very White on Local News Sites

I’m pretty sure people were digging out their cars in Fort Totten.

Post Reporter Lifts Passages from Government Executive Articles

According to an editor's note that appeared in print today

Cameron Barr Named Washington Post Managing Editor

Barr was named national editor in 2013.

Support for D.C. Statehood at Record High, But Work Remains

If a Washington Post poll is to be believed, support for D.C. statehood is at a record high: 67 percent of District residents say they want it, up a significant 10 points from just five years ago.
Some of that rise may have to do with the issue getting some national attention in August, when comedian John Oliver [...]

Advocates for Domestic Violence Survivors and the Press Criticize Body Cam Bill

Some say it goes too far to protect a person's privacy; others say it doesn't go far enough.

Ideas for D.C.-Inspired Halloween Costumes

The ones you have to explain to everyone, like, five times and yet still no one "gets" are always the coolest.

Managing Editor Kevin Merida Leaving Washington Post for ESPN

He will be a senior vice president and editor-in-chief of The Undefeated.

Deadspin: ESPN Trying to Steal Post Managing Editor Kevin Merida

ESPN looking for someone to run so-called "Black Grantland" site.

Bob Woodward Caves, Creates a Twitter Account

What's a Twitter?

Post Scrubs Summer Violence Story to Focus Less on Northwest

Headlines can be tricky

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