Subscribers to newspapers throughout the country now have access to The Washington Post digital products through a partner program launched earlier this year. Nearly 100 local and regional papers have signed on in an effort to expand the Post’s reach across desktops, mobile websites, and phone and tablet apps.
Participants include the Honolulu Star Advertiser, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and the Denver Post.
President and GM of The Washington Post Steve Hills said the paper is looking to expand, both inside and outside the US. For more information on the program, or a full list of participants, click here.
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