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Hands on with the Washington Post’s new Android app

Washington, D.C.’s largest and oldest daily newspaper, the Washington Post, launched a free Android application on Monday. I tested the software and found it to be intuitive to use and full of valuable news content, photo galleries and real-time local data for the metro D.C. area.

The Morning Lowdown 09-30-11

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The Morning Lowdown 09-12-11

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The Morning Lowdown 04-20-11

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The Morning Lowdown 02.28.2011

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The Morning Lowdown 02.11.2011

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The Morning Lowdown 01-31-11

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The Morning Lowdown 11.03.10

»  For the first time last night, the New York Times went live via online video from its newsroom with reports and commentary on t…

The Morning Lowdown 10.21.10

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Hey Washington Post — It’s Called Social Media

With an internal memo telling editors and reporters not to respond to readers through the newspaper’s Twitter account, the Washington Post has provided another compelling example of how traditional media — and newspapers in particular — aren’t really getting the whole “social” aspect of social media.

The Morning Lowdown 09.14.10

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Newsweek Eyeing Sale Of Budget Travel Mag

With times still tough for magazines and the travel category in general, Newsweek is considering unloading Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel ma…

WaPo Closing Hyperlocal Site LoudounExtra

Meanwhile, as bigger portals continue to buy local sites (Patch, EveryBlock), newspapers continue to close them: latest example is Washingto…

Newspaper Roundup: Gannett; AH Belo; WaPo

— Gannett’s debt edges toward junk status: Moody’s Investors Service, which recently relegated the NYTCo’s debt to junk status, has put Gan…

On Big Day, Slate Launches ‘The Big Money’

A business site that appeals to non-traditional readers: Hot concept, not so easy to pull off. See Mainstreet.com, the pop-money spinoff fro…

WaPo Expands On Its Blog Ad Network

Last summer Washington Post launched a blog ad network called “Sponsored Blogroll”, to help WaPo online advertisers find blogs to advertise…