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The '''Washington Post Company''' is a diversified media group, built from the ''[[Washington Post]]'' newspaper, which published magazines such as [[Newsweek]], owns television stations, and produces web content under  the [[Slate Group]] including [[WhoRunsGov.com]] and [[Slate.com]].
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The '''Washington Post Company''' is a diversified media group, built from the ''[[Washington Post]]'' newspaper, which published magazines such as [[Newsweek]], owns television stations, and produces web content under  the [[Slate Group]].

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The Washington Post Company is a diversified media group, built from the Washington Post newspaper, which published magazines such as Newsweek, owns television stations, and produces web content under the Slate Group.