How can I get back issues of The Post?
Six months of back issues are available for purchase by writing to: The Washington Post, Back Copy Department, 1150 15th Street NW, Washington DC 20071. You may request up to 10 copies per date to be shipped to a single address. Each copy is $10, including domestic postage and handling, or $30 for international postage and handling. Please include a check or money order, the newspaper date and a daytime phone number. For more information, call the back copy department at 202.334.7239.
How can I get professional reprints of, or permission to use, individual articles or videos?
Go to http://www.washingtonpostreprints.com/ and complete the relevant forms. You may also e-mail email@example.com or call 212.221.9595, ext. 210. Please include details about the content you are requesting (headline or url, date of publication) and how you intend to use that content, as well as your contact information.
You generally do not need permission to post a link to content on washingtonpost.com or to embed videos using Post-provided embed codes.
How can I get prints of Post photos?
Many Washington Post-owned photos are now available for purchase. Look for the “Buy This Photo” button in galleries and article pages. New photos are made available for purchase each day, and many archival images on the site will receive “Buy” buttons as well. To find recent photos, use the search tool in the top right of washingtonpost.com and filter your results by clicking “Photo” on the following page. The Washington Post is not permitted to sell photos of professional sports athletes, events or venues, or pictures taken by independent photo outlets such as the Associated Press, Reuters and Getty. Visit washingtonpost.com/buyphotos to see our most requested photography.
How can I get permission to use Post photos?
How can I get reprints of, or permission to use, editorial cartoons or comics?
For Tom Toles cartoons, contact Universal Press Syndicate at 800.255.6734 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For comic strips or other editorial cartoon reprints and print-on-demand merchandise, visit www.cartoonistgroup.com.
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