From a young age, Rachel Orr knew she wanted to be a designer. But it wasn’t until she took a class in news design in college that she realized she wanted to pursue visual journalism. Now, Rachel serves as the design editor for By The Way, an initiative launched by The Washington Post’s Emerging News […]
In the digital media world, Jim Brady needs no introduction. Currently the founder and CEO of Billy Penn — a mobile news platform in Philadelphia — his career in online journalism has spanned two decades serving in roles such as Executive Editor of The Washington Post dot com, Editor-in-Chief of Digital First Media, and President […]
The Washington Post went live last week with its rweb site, released after test phases over the past few months. Rweb is a new digital reading experience offering about 200 curated stories without having to navigate through the traditional homepage. The project targets The Post’s growing social and mobile audience and incorporates the mobile innovation team’s lessons learned from producing the Washington […]
We’re at one month until the annual SND Workshop in Louisville. As we count down the days, SND will be introducing you to some of the speakers presenting at the conference.
Each week, newspapers put their best foot (and stories) forward in their Sunday editions. This week, the Washington Post, Tampa Bay Times, Chicago Tribune, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Indianapolis Star, and Cleveland Plain Dealer, share their most recent projects, all focusing on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Journalists are in the business of breaking news. But how do you deal with it when your paper becomes the story? I found out on Monday afternoon when Don Graham announced the sale of The Washington Post.
The 24th Silver medal of the SND34 competition goes to The Washington Post in the News Design/Business pages category.
The 14th Silver medal of SND34 goes to The Washington Post — its second Silver of the competition — in the Special Coverage category.
The Washington Post’s year-long coverage of the U.S. Presidential election has been awarded the first Gold medal of the 34th Edition of the Society for News Design’s “Best of News Design” competition in Syracuse. The Post’s entry, in Single-Subject Series, was also awarded a Judges Special Recognition for visual storytelling. Some of the comments from […]
Silver medal No. 8 of SND34 goes to The Washington Post in the Special News Topics: Election category.