The End of an Era: How the Washington Post Left The Hands of D.C.

The Washington Post has been in the heart of the District for over a century. Since 1877, the historic paper has reported on politics and pressing news from both sides of the capital’s borders. Unfortunately for the Post, the rapid development of connecting technologies, most notably the Internet, has brought about challenging times for print […]

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Sights and Sounds From Outside the Washington Post Headquarters

Standing on K Street outside the Washington Post’s headquarters, you can hear the city moving around you. In the short recording I captured, you can hear the conversations between the people lining the sidewalk and in the park across the street, supplemented by a performer doing his own rendition of the Indiana Jones’ theme song on […]

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A New Era: The Modernization of the Washington Post

For a newspaper that has been in circulation for well over a century, twenty years is relatively short. But in that time, the Washington Post has launched its website and molded it into a news hub read around the globe. Many different circumstances led the Post shift its focus its digital presence, but all of […]

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Annotated Bibliography

Barnes, Robert, and David A. Fahrenthold. “The Grahams: A Family Synonymous with The Post and with Washington.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 5 Aug. 2013, www.washingtonpost.com/politics/the-grahams-a-family-synonymous-with-the-post-and-with-washington/2013/08/05/94f26d04-fe1a-11e2-96a8-d3b921c0924a_story.html?utm_term=.83e0d269c5cf. In this article Robert Barnes and David Fahrenthold offer a detailed account of the Graham’s and their deeply interconnected life with the Washington Post. After Eugene Meyer first bought […]

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