Greg Barber

Director of Digital News Projects
The Washington Post

Greg Barber is director of Digital News Projects at The Washington Post, focusing on online community-building, user-generated contributions, alternative storytelling, and personalisation. He’s also co-founder and lead for strategy and partnerships at The Coral Project, a collaboration between The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Mozilla, funded by a grant from the Knight Foundation, that builds free, open-source software, to help news organisations create and enliven communities around their journalism.


The Washington Post: A news organisation, a tech company – and a model for the news industry?


In 2017, on the stage of the GEN Summit, Martin Baron was submerged with questions about the Washington Post’s latest developments, from massive investments and new job positions to the creation of Arc Publishing. Can the solutions of digital publishing platform Arc Publishing – video, apps, automatic content testing, data mining, and monetisation – meet […]

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