The Washington Post never ceases to surprise with its new products and experimentation. Take a look at The Post Most.
Here is a surprise from The Washington Post, wrapped and just in time for Christmas, I guess.
Today, as I opened The Washington Post on my iPhone, there it was, white letters on black background, The Post Most. I had never noticed it. It is a new product, part of the continuous laboratory that The Post has become in the Bezos era. If there is a newspaper I would like to go work full time at for a while it would be this Washington Post.
It seems that not only is the Post breaking news almost on a weekly basis, but it is also doing it across platforms, with print still as important as it was when it uncovered Watergate. By the way, The Post, the movie, is about to open, with the great Meryl Streep (don’t tell Trump that!) as Katherine Graham, and a stellar cast. See trailer here.
It features the most popular stories from around the web and from a variety of sources. This is how the Post describes the Most:
The Most is an experiment gathering the most engaging stories from a broad array of top news sources. We’ll be adding sources as the feature grows. Want your newsroom featured in The Most? Send us an email:email@example.com
In the first edition of The Post that I have sampled there were stories from: TIME, Slate, WNYC, International Business Times, Newsweek/Europe, Grist, Deutsche Well, and The Arizona Daily Star.
Take a look:
April 18-19, 2018-–Newscamp ,Augsburg, Germany.
May 26, 2018 —Associacion Riograndense de Imprensa, Univesidad de Santa Cruz (Unisc), Brazil
June 3-6, 2018—The Seminar, San Antonio, Texas.
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