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Topic: The Washington Post

New and Old Political Media Are Battling for Dominance in the Century's Wildest Election

The Hill, Politico and the new power elite

There may be no group more hungry for information—and more desperate for news and gossip—than those who populate the halls of power in Washington, D.C. From congressional staffers to K…

DJ Khaled's Positive Outlook and Accessibility Helped Make Him the 'King of Snapchat’

With brands buying in, it's big business now

King of Snapchat DJ Khaled wants you to know he's up to something. Of course, if you follow him on the wildly popular mobile platform, you already know that. He…

This Company Takes the Stress Out of Wedding Planning From Its Laid-Back Digs

WeddingWire’s DC office streamlines collaboration

The arduous task of wedding planning is the stuff of legends. So it should come as no surprise that the more than $100 billion events industry—which should be noted has…

We Brought Together the Major Players in the Ad Blocker War, and Here's What They Told Each Other

A candid discussion of digital's hottest topic

Apple's recent flipping of the switch to allow for ad-blocking apps has sent the digital publishing world into a full-blown crisis, as the number of consumers fed up with ads…

Why Creative Programmatic Ads Are Attracting Brand Marketers and Tech Investors

It's all about targeting copy and images

Believe it or not, 100 variations of the same ad are not enough for some digital marketers anymore. That's one of the reasons the stars appear to be aligning for…

U.S. Newspapers Make $40 Billion Less From Ads Today Than in 2000

'The economic devastation would be difficult to exaggerate'

Here's a sobering statistic: From 2000 to 2013, annual U.S. newspaper ad revenue dropped from $63.5 billion to $23 billion.  That 64 percent plummet, noted by The Atlantic, was just one…

Ben Bradlee, America's Most Iconic Newspaper Editor, Dies at 93

Oversaw The Washington Post's Watergate coverage

He became the face, voice and spirit of tough-talking, detail-obsessed newspaper editors when his team's coverage took down a president, and Ben Bradlee's legacy is sure to live on among…

Julian Assange: Refugee Reporters Are Winning the Information War

WikiLeaks founder speaks remotely to large SXSW audience

Julian Assange has a message for the countries he believes have tried to systematically squash the kind of national security reporting he has become known for: Your plan has backfired. The…

The Washington Post's Native Ads Get Editorial Treatment

Borrowing from newsroom

Even as native ads naysayers argue for clear labeling and design cues so readers don’t confuse them with actual journalism, publishers and advertisers have pushed to make the units look…

Washington Post Outlines Hiring, Expansion Plans

After losing Ezra Klein, paper puts a focus on blogs

The Washington Post has made headlines lately for the high-profile departure of Wonkblogger Ezra Klein. The Post hasn't been sitting still, though; it's made some hires of its own in…

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