The Washington Post debuts Zeus Prime premium ad network

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  • 4 hours ago

The Washington Post’s Paul Schemm named Foreign deputy regional editor

Schemm will serve as the primary assignment editor driving daily coverage from the Middle East, Europe, Africa and South Asia during the early hours of the D.C. day.
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Washington Post Live announces series of live programs during Hispanic Heritage Month

Actor Gina Torres, the Smithsonian’s Eduardo Díaz, Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-Tex.) and NASA JPL’s Diana Trujillo to join “Race in America” conversations
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The Washington Post joins 2021 Concordia Annual Summit as Media Partner

Post journalists will moderate conversations for Concordia Annual Summit programming, which can be viewed in-person in New York City and online via livestream.
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Lauren Saks named Washington Post Video’s executive producer of Live Moments

Saks will oversee The Post's hosts, producers and videographers who create live video journalism.
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The Washington Post announces the addition of 41 editing roles, including 2 masthead positions

Major expansion aims to accelerate The Post's transformation into a fully 24/7 news organization and strengthen the leadership of the newsroom.
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Cate Cadell joins The Washington Post as a national security correspondent focused on the U.S.-China relationship

Cadell spent the past eight years reporting in China, including five years with Reuters, covering politics, human rights, trade and technology.
  • 4 days ago

Courtney Rukan named The Washington Post’s multiplatform editing chief

Rukan will lead a team of more than 65 copy editors and will work to ensure that everything The Post publishes meets its high standards for accuracy, fairness and clarity of expression.
  • 4 days ago

The Washington Post names Shabana Basij-Rasikh a contributor to Global Opinions

Afghan educator Basij-Rasikh will write about developments in Afghanistan, the new Afghan diaspora, and global women’s education issues, among other topics.
  • 5 days ago

Ethan May joins Washington Post Opinions as an operations editor

May joins The Post from the Indianapolis Star, where worked as a producer, reporter and editor.
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Axios: Washington Post expands 202 newsletter franchise

Rachel Van Dongen, editor of The Washington Post’s 202 newsletters, on the relaunch of the 202 newsletter suite, The Post’s premier lineup of newsletters covering the nation’s capital and the inner workings of Washington politics and policy.
  • Sep 13

Metro World News migrates to Arc XP to power reader growth and expansion

Reaching millions of unique visitors each month, Metro World News selected Arc XP to power their international expansion plans while also supporting their ambitions to grow the reach and audience among their current network of sites.
  • Sep 13

Kodi Foster named VP of Commercial at The Washington Post

Foster will report to both the CIO and CRO, bridging technology and revenue.
  • Sep 13

The Washington Post relaunches 202 newsletter suite with expanded features, new authors and the debut of “The Early 202”

Readers will have access to an expanded array of new features including exclusive interviews with key political power players, original Post graphics designed to expertly distill nuanced policy for the nation’s top thinkers and leaders, as well as a new cast of newsletter authors sourced in all things Washington.
  • Sep 13

Maxine Joselow joins The Washington Post to anchor “The Climate 202” newsletter

Joselow will author The Post’s forthcoming newsletter covering the politics and policy of climate change, debuting in October.
  • Sep 13
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