As a way to connect readers with its newsroom, WaPo today launched “Ask the Post,” a micro-site where managing editor Raju Narisetti and others will take questions about the Post’s coverage and website. To pose a question, visitors can leave a comment or use the hash tag #askthepost. Other users can then vote up the inquiries they most want answered. In addition to Q&A, the page features:
- Critique: A callout that asks readers to critique WaPo’s front page each day.
- Who Does What? Regular profiles and reader Q&A with Post staff, starting with Style Editor Frances Stead Sellers, who will discuss her plans for the Style section and share her views on arts and culture coverage.
- Daily Roundup: a spotlight on content from WaPo and around the Web.
To “Ask the Post” or sound off, click here.
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