The Washington Post rounded out 2015 by setting an all-time high of 76 million monthly digital users in December, according to comScore. This is the third consecutive month The Post has surpassed other daily newspapers.

The Post also had more than 701 million page views, exceeding competitors including BuzzFeed, The New York Times and The Huffington Post.

Of The Post’s total digital audience, roughly 21.2 million were desktop users, showing 12% growth year over year when many other publishers are experiencing declines. More than 60 million users visit The Post across mobile—126% higher than in December 2014.

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