Monthly Archives: April 2020

Honor from Society for News Design recognizes The Post’s integrated storytelling presentations and collaboration across the newsroom.

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The Post's groundbreaking investigations into the nation's opioid epidemic and the rise of fentanyl received the O'Brien Fellowship Award for Impact in Public Service Journalism. Photographer Michael Robinson Chavez was a finalist for the Visual Journalism Award for his work photographing the desperation and violence of Venezuela in chaos.

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Journalists, engineers and data scientists from The Post will collaborate with a group from Yale’s Public Health Modeling Unit that also includes experts from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Roskilde University, and Aledade to analyze data from a variety of sources. Legacy.com has also agreed to provide obituary data for reporting purposes.

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Just six months after going to market, Zeus Performance now powers advertising technology for more than 50 sites.

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The campaign, running April 27- May 3, will highlight journalists from around the globe who are currently detained or otherwise persecuted for their reporting.

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Robins shares how the Client Solutions team is helping agencies and brands "find a signal through the noise."

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Six months after releasing its Zeus Performance adtech to the market, customers are seeing an average viewability increase of 78%, a 31% average increase in programmatic eCPMs and an average jump of 13% in RPMs.

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Altamont, Post Reports and Moonrise podcasts received awards.

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Viewers can watch the one-hour live show every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET.

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