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Colvin will be expanding our Hill coverage with a permanent video presence and develop lines of enterprise coverage.

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Rogers joins from The Post's Outlook section, where she was an assistant editor.

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“We’re going to continue to use our platforms and encourage others to use theirs until meaningful action is taken," said Frederick J. Ryan, Publisher of The Washington Post.

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Arc to power 42 websites and 39 native apps for Raycom’s TV and radio stations

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Mark comes to us from the Palm Beach Post, where he has held several senior positions over the past 18 years.

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