About The Washington Post
The Washington Post is one of the largest daily newspapers in the United States. It was founded in 1877 by Stilson Hutchins. The newspaper is published daily and is in broadsheet formatting. The owner of the newspaper is Nash Holdings. Nash Holdings is a holding company established by Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos. Before the purchasing of the newspaper by Nash Holdings, the newspaper was owned by Graham Family Holdings. The Washington Post currently has almost 800 journalists writing for them. The Publisher is Fred Ryan. The Editor is Martin Baron. The Managing Editors are Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, Cameron Barr, and Tracy Grant. The newspaper’s headquarters are located on K. Street in Washington, D.C. There are over 500,000 daily subscribers and almost 1 million Sunday subscribers. The Washington Post has won 47 Pulitzer Prizes, 18 Nieman Fellowships, and 368 White House News Photographers Association awards. The slogan for the newspaper is “Democracy Dies in Darkness” began appearing on the masthead in 2017.
The Washington Post features local news, national news, and world news. The newspaper also has an array of other topics, including politics, opinions, sports, business, technology, lifestyle, entertainment, and weather. On The Washington Post’s website, there are Classifieds, Obituaries, video content, newsletters, alerts, and podcasts. There are also blog topics on the website.
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