• Post looks to enhance appeal to online, print readers

    Columns, Columns-Featured

    The Washington Post just ended one of the most tumultuous years in its 132-year history. More early-retirement buyouts depleted its staff, the print and online operations were integrated, the newspaper underwent its most extensive redesign in more than a decade, and an ill-fated plan to sell sponsorships of off-the-record dinners involving the newsroom damaged the paper’s journalistic integrity.

    Can readers anticipate a less turbulent 2010?

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