5 things publishers can learn from how Jeff Bezos is running The Washington Post » Nieman Journalism Lab

Post’s website and mobile apps are a pleasure to use; the apps have been designed to serve different audiences depending on whether they are traditional Post readers or are instead interested in a more viral product offered at a lower price and that omits local news.... Bandito allows editors to publish articles with up to five different headlines…

The Washington Post begins global expansion of Opinions

The Washington Post introduces its new Global Opinions section which greatly expands The Post’s mix of viewpoints by adding contributing columnists and fresh voices from major regions across the world. The initiative first launches in Europe... expert commentary, editorials and op-eds from writers in the region as well as interviews with world lea…

The Washington Post is dabbling in translations to reach a growing non-English speaking audience » Nieman Journalism Lab

includes translating political explainers as "part of our attempt to reach new readers who are interested in American politics — but perhaps don't speak English... "We were convinced that there is a need for translated articles, but we hadn't hit on the right formulation in terms of how to get a professionalized translation that's turned around qu…

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