By Michael DeForgeIn the last year, the Washington Post has rolled out some major initiatives.
In January, it announced a new blog, a new social media platform, and a new app for mobile phones.
Last month, it started rolling out its first-ever live stream of games in its live blog, and last week it rolled out an online video archive.
The Washington Post is, at the moment, the only media outlet to have all three of these, and it’s the first to do so in a timely manner.
In a statement, Washington Post editor-in-chief Marty Baron said: “Today we announced that we will be rolling out a new daily blog, the blog of the year, for the post-lotto post.
It’s the culmination of months of hard work, and we can’t wait to get this site live on your phones, tablets and laptops.
The blog is an extension of the newsroom, where we’re working to build a better, more reliable news experience.”
The post-Lincoln blog post is part of the Post’s plan to “expand our coverage of the 2018 and 2019 elections” by adding a new feature to the app that will allow readers to see a post-election analysis in a series of slideshows.
“With the Post on mobile devices, readers can now see an interactive timeline of each news event, as well as see an up-to-the-minute map of where the election was won and lost,” Baron said.
The new app will be launched in the coming weeks.
The Post is currently the only outlet to roll out an app to stream games on mobile phones and tablets, but the news organization’s app is a major upgrade from previous versions of the app, which was designed to allow readers a much more personalized experience.
It will have a larger canvas, the ability to scroll horizontally, and users will be able to search for posts by keyword, or by topic.
“It will be easier for readers to follow along with the election in the months to come,” Baron added.
The launch of the new app comes amid heightened interest in the 2018 midterms, as it could help the Post maintain its lead in its race to the White House.
But even with its new app, the Post is not without its issues.
A major complaint about the app is the lack of detailed reporting about the games played by the candidates.
The post office and the Post, for example, have reported that President Donald Trump won in just four of the 11 games played in the 2016 election.
This was not the case for Senator Bernie Sanders, who won four of his 10 games, and Democrat Hilary Clinton won two games.
The problem for the Post was that it only has one data point that showed a clear winner, which is why Baron is pushing for a database to keep track of every game played by each candidate in each election.
“We’re always trying to improve our data, but it’s very important that we have as much as we can from one year to the next,” he said.
In addition, Baron is trying to bring back the “Big Six” news organizations, which have been struggling financially.
In 2017, for instance, the Associated Press reported that it had only $7.8 million in cash on hand, which dwarfed the $23.6 million that the Associated Bank had at the time.
The AP also reported that “at the end of the day, the big six news organizations in the United States are not very well funded.”
And this year, Baron and other senior Post management members have acknowledged that the Post could be losing money in a post election world.
But they say that they are making investments to save the Post.
Baron said the Post would spend $3.5 billion on the app over the next year.
“Our plan is to continue investing in the Post,” Baron told Fortune.
“The Post is the first major outlet in the country to embrace the social media era and we believe it is a model for other outlets to follow.”