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Updated technology features faster load times, closed captioning, 30 second video and more.

Because Fuse is fully-hosted on The Post, users can easily click or swipe the ad unit to open the creative that stays within the current application, removing latency or load time.

The Post's executive editor delivers School of Media and Communication commencement speech.

New app aims to scale the moderation of user-generated contributions by focusing on the user’s history of contributions in addition to moderating individual contributions themselves.

Re-Engage delivers a tailored experience to mobile users when they are inattentive or inactive.

Joey Marburger shares the inspiration behind Floppy Candidate, an 8-bit-style phone game.

The Post's Alex Remington delves into the findings of the multi-month study by The Post and the MediaBrain Lab at the Missouri School of Journalism.

One month after launching, The Most features even more partners. Read a guest blog post from David Beard.

Occasionally we will feature guest posts from a variety of voices within The Washington Post. Today, Kevin Gentzel, our chief revenue officer, shares his thoughts on ad viewability. Gentzel (@KevGentzel) will be speaking at the Financial Times Digital Media Conference on Wednesday about content economics. Viewability – it’s coming, and online publishers of high-quality journalism […]

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