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Mobile readership grew by 6.4 percent compared to November.

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Since coming to The Washington Post, Meghan has been working as a Director, Global Subscriber Engagement.

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Amanda will report into the Emerging News Products team and work with Features, Photo, Video, Audience and Engagement, and Product and Engineering to create an unparalleled mobile travel experience.

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The Washington Post Helping Hand announced it has successfully raised over $250,000 in the 2018-2019 season bringing the total funds raised to $1.14 million since the charitable giving initiative began in 2014.

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The Washington Post supports D.C.-area nonprofits that promote achievement in the arts and education and that strive to make a difference.
The newspaper launched The Washington Post Educational Foundation in 1987 to recognize excellence in education.
The Washington Post Helping Hand seeks to facilitate significant financial donations directly to human service nonprofit organizations in the Washington, D.C. metro area through high-impact, in-depth narratives about those in need and the programs that assist them.
The Washington Post Young Journalists Development Program (YJDP) offers journalism training and education to local high school journalists and media advisors, and promotes diversity in the media industry through career guidance and mentoring.
The Washington Post Book Club invites readers of all ages to discover today’s great writers and engage in dynamic discussions around monthly picks. The Book Club is a reader’s resource for lively conversations, exclusive video and audio interviews with Book World editors and featured authors, best-seller recommendations, ticket giveaways and more.
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