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  • How The Washington Post is building media technology for other publishers. Digiday has the story:

    How The Washington Post is building its tech platform, Arc - Digiday

    Arc, The Washington Post's technology platform, is increasingly paying off for the newspaper company. Arc has signed five major publishers as clients this year - Bonnier Corp., Advance Local, Boston Globe Media Partners, Philadelphia Media Network and Le Parisien. With those additions, Arc supports 90 sites and apps representing 500 million monthly unique visitors, the Post said.

  • Innovation is a pillar at The Washington Post not just in storytelling and technology, but also in digital media and advertising.

    Congratulations to Jason, our VP of Programmatic Strategy, on being named to AdMonsters' 2018 Power List:

  • The Washington Post wins 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting and for National Reporting:

  • Arc Publishing, our software-as-a-service platform, is now powering the technology behind The Boston Globe:!

  • The Washington Post wins two 2018 Digiday Publishing Awards for "Best Use of Snapchat" and "Best Overall Design:"

  • ICYMI: The Washington Post was named the #8 most innovative company in the world by Fast Company:

  • The Washington Post wins Overseas Press Club of America's Kim Wall Award:!

    The winning piece:

  • NEWS: The Washington Post announced we're one of the first publishers to partner with Google using its open source technology, AMP Stories, to give readers a much more visual entry point to Post coverage:

  • When we say we're also a media technology company, we're talking about this: Our engineering team is seeing amazing growth with Arc, a suite of programs we offer to other media companies.

    Here's how Arc's cautious quest to become the go-to publishing system for news organizations is going

    Arc, The Washington Post's publishing software, continues its slow march towards becoming the go-to content management system for news organizations, from modest alt-weeklies to multi-paper chains. This week, the Philadelphia Media Network announced that it would be moving to Arc for all of's publishing needs, working directly with the Post team to test new Arc tools and features throughout the year-long transition process.

  • The Washington Post wins 33 White House News Photographers Association awards:

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