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Telephone : +1 800-627-1150 Or +1 202.334.6000
Office : The Washington Post, 1150 15th Street NW, Washington DC 20017
Email Editor : National: (Phone: 202.334.7410)
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About Washington Post Newspaper Info

The Washington Post is the largest and oldest newspaper in Washington, DC, the capital of the United States. Gained worldwide fame in the early 70s, for his research on the Watergate case, led by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who played a major role in the downfall of Richard Nixon as president. It is generally regarded as one of the top U.S. newspapers along with the New York Times, known for its general reporting and international coverage, and The Wall Street Journal, known in the financial area. The Post has distinguished himself for his coverage of the White House, Congress, and other aspects of the U.S. government.

In addition, unlike the Times and the Journal, the Post sees himself as a strictly regional newspaper, not a national edition prints for distribution beyond the East Coast of the United States. Most of your readers are the District of Columbia, along with the wealthy suburbs of Maryland and Virginia.

Its average daily circulation, according to March 2013 was 474,767 and 838,014 on Sundays, which puts him in eighth place in American newspapers, behind The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, San Jose Mercury News, Daily News and New York Post. While its circulation (like all newspapers) has been in slow decline, has rates higher market penetration of all metropolitan newspapers.


Founded in 1877 by Stilson Hutchins (1838-1912), three years later became the first daily newspaper published in Washington, DC.In 1905, Washington McLean and his son John Roll McLean, owner of The Cincinnati Enquirer, acquired control of the newspaper. The latter distrusted his playboy son Edward Ned McLean and handling that could make heredity, so that at his death in 1916 the Post was in a trust, which was broken after Ned take the case to court. But his father was right, and everyday was finally ruined: in 1933 it was purchased at an auction of properties in bankruptcy by Eugene Meyer, a member of the board of governors of the Federal Reserve, who restored the reputation of the Post and was president of the company until his death in 1959. In 1946 he named his son Philip L. Graham, editor of the newspaper.

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