The documentary focuses on the family of Emad Shargi, one of a growing number of Americans being held hostage by foreign governments
Subscribers can expect high-profile newsmaker interviews, in-depth conversations with authors, and insight on major Post investigations. The series kicks off with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Carl Bernstein.
Both the subscription and advertising teams will report to Robins.
The expansive coverage includes on-the-ground reporting and live video coverage from Capitol Hill, dedicated Washington Post Live programming, a live blog and the redistribution of a special print section of the investigative series “The Attack” on Jan 6.
Joining Client Solutions, Lane will lead a team responsible for developing positioning for brands, publishers, and the industry.
The average reader spent 15 minutes consuming content during November 2021, up 11 percent from last month.
Authored by Post National Correspondent Philip Bump, the newsletter will dive into the data behind the week’s top headlines.
Creating an immersive experience equipped with audio, Lede Lab utilized high resolution photogrammetry to show the incremental changes made to housing from 1863 to 1935 that helped spur protection from public health and safety issues.
Written and photographed by local journalists across the country, this edition features a dozen stories that, with the decline of local news outlets, have been underreported or untold.
Arc XP serves more than 1,900 sites in 28 countries.
Brammer will write on issues pertaining to culture and identity, while also often including illustrations within his columns.
Readers also spent an average of over 13 minutes consuming Post content last month, up three percent from September.
The new book is authored by The Post's national political enterprise reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa.
The three-part immersive series examines Jan. 6 and its fallout through audio, video, photography and revelatory new reporting.
The Washington Post Creative Group, Dropbox and Mediahub today announced the launch of a new, interactive experience inviting readers to guess a celebrity based on the contents of their Dropbox folder.
Series of 30-second spots launched, starting with focus on The Afghanistan Papers
The storytellers—Charlotte Simpson, Jaylyn Gough and Jeff Jenkins—will each create an interactive travel story that will be published by The Washington Post Creative Group, exploring a travel trend that benefits local communities, economies and the environment.
During September 2021, 16.8 million or 23 percent of Washington Post readers were age 18 to 34.
Cheng is the latest addition to a team that is playing a key role in The Post's global expansion.