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What Happens When a Community Loses Its Local Newspaper
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What Happens When a Community Loses Its Local Newspaper

In the span of just nine months in late 2019 and early 2020, the Washington, D.C. area lost two local newspapers, The Washington Post Express ... Read More
View from the Hill: Collins and Cicilline Discuss Journalism Safe Harbor Bill at #PostLive
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View from the Hill: Collins and Cicilline Discuss Journalism Safe Harbor Bill at #PostLive

On April 4, House Antitrust Chairman David Cicilline (D-RI) and Representative Doug Collins (R-GA), Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, were part of a ... Read More
Washington Post Super Bowl Ad Highlights Value of Journalism
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Washington Post Super Bowl Ad Highlights Value of Journalism

Journalists report the facts, giving their readers and viewers the details they need to make informed decisions about their lives and the world around them ... Read More
Alliance 5 Answers with The Lily
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Alliance 5 Answers with The Lily

As part of our celebration of Women’s History Month, we caught up with Amy King, editor in chief and creative director of Washington Post’s The ... Read More
Washington Post's Student Journalists
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Washington Post’s Student Journalists

In August, The Washington Post hosted high school students for a week-long program on journalism. The program, originally called the Young Journalist Development Program, was ... Read More
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News Media Alliance Applauds House Antitrust Report on the Big Tech Platforms - Read more