The Washington Post is launching a new way to present our blogs. Starting with The Fix by Chris Cillizza and The Wonkblog by Ezra Klein, our blogs will no longer simply be a series of updates and posts.
They will now feature far more stories on each page, as well as more photos and videos, in a clean, engaging and informative design. This will be the new standard for our blogs and is a reaction to the ever-changing way people are consuming news online.
“Many people read our blogs and look to these writers for their voice, perspective, knowledge and commentary” said Managing Editor Raju Narisetti, “and we want to give our readers a better way to navigate all of this great content. We want to make the blogs a destination, where we feature relevant posts, photos, tools and conversations, while offering regular updates.”
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