Washington Post ties print and Web efforts closer

Robert MacMillan of Reuters reports that The Washington Post plans to have its veteran editors help shape the way stories appear on the Web.

According to MacMillan, “The Washington Post’s Web site, launched more than a decade ago, has been a bellwether among online news publishers because of its early success at attracting readers online and growing advertising.”

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