CIO Shailesh Prakash discusses The Post's tech transformation and how engineering has prepared for another historic election.
Washington Post CMO Miki King discussed The Post’s reader revenue strategy at Digiday’s Publishing Summit Worldwide, sharing that The Post has grown its subscription business by more than 40% year over year and its global subscriptions are up more than 60% year over year.
Senior Politics Editor Peter Wallsten and Director of Engineering Jeremy Bowers talked with Axios Media Reporter Sara Fischer about The Post’s comprehensive coverage plans for 2020 Election.
Burrell-Stinson was also named a winner of the 2020 Women in Content Marketing Awards in General Excellence category.
MarTech Today writes that “[w]hat started as a home grown publishing platform has become an impressive piece of martech with content, experience and commerce all built in.”
“They understand the news business vs. someone that is a pure tech player,” said Mike Orren, chief product officer at The Dallas Morning News.
Post CRO Joy Robins discusses her team’s focus on being a trusted resource and helping brands show their utility.
Robins shares how the Client Solutions team is helping agencies and brands "find a signal through the noise."
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.
Digiday senior reporter Max Willens looks at the product strategy driving upgrades to the user experience across Post products.
Robins spoke about balancing an advertising and subscriptions business, the idea of brand suitability vs. brand safety, and more.
Jarrod Dicker, VP of commercial technology and development, gives Digiday a first look at The Post's next generation ad targeting technology, Zeus Insights.
Aram Zucker-Scharff, ad engineering director for RED, said Rhapsocord opens up new podcast inventory.
“If someone says they love The Lily both for the stories and for the way it looks, that’s what I’m going for,” said Amy King, editor in chief and creative director.
A look at the incredible growth and success The Lily has seen in its first year.
Reporter Max Willens spoke with Post CTO Scot Gillespie about the growth and momentum of Arc Publishing, The Post's software-as-a-service business.
Marty Baron: The Fourth Estate in the Age of Trump discussion is March 3 at the Hot Docs in Toronto.
The Post, Fast Company writes, "is looking more and more like a technology-first media company."
“It just adds to our transparency as an organization,"--Michelle Jaconi, executive creative producer at The Post
A look at Arc's progress to become "the go-to content management system for news organizations."