Trust in a time of turmoil: How The Washington Post has remained in rude health during the pandemic

In early January this year The Washington Post reminded the world just how good it is at breaking major stories. By exposing Donald Trump’s unconventional phonecall to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, the newspaper delivered the sort of consequential reporting that’s helped it power through the Covid-19 storm battering the industry – setting digital subscription and online advertising records and expanding its newsroom like never before.

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