“Cybersecurity, defense and technology issues, including how technology companies can influence the political process and net neutrality, are areas of growing importance in Washington. These newsletters give leaders and influentials in those sectors news and analysis that’s tailored specifically for them,” said Rachel Van Dongen, editor of PowerPost at The Washington Post.
The forthcoming newsletters cap off a year of aggressive growth for the 202 franchise, which included the launch of The Health 202, The Finance 202 and The Energy 202 and a 300% increase in staff.
“Our newest three newsletters are consistently among the top 10 most-opened authored newsletters at The Post,” added Van Dongen. “Readers engage deeply with the content, reading from the original reporting and all the way through to the end of the email. ”