The Washington Post
That’s right, select stories from Motor Authority and other High Gear Media websites, The Car Connection and Green Car Reports, will be syndicated to the online version of The Post, accessible at washingtonpost.com.
If you’re a regular reader of The Washington Post, one of the nation’s biggest and most-respectable sources for news and current affairs, you’ll find Motor Authority’s content in the Business and Cars sections of the newspaper’s website and occasionally in print versions too.
This represents the first time that an automotive content company has joined forces with The Post and provides a reach of potentially millions of more readers for Motor Authority and its partner sites at High Gear Media. The Post, in turn, gains access to our breaking news, first drives and more. You can already view an example of this syndication in action by clicking here.
It goes without saying that The Washington Post represents journalistic excellence. The decision to syndicate Motor Authority’s content speaks volumes of the quality of our work, which is produced daily by a dedicated and hard working team located across the globe. It also means that we join the likes of Bloomberg, VentureBeat, and The Verge as syndication partners for The Post.
The Washington Post is the latest to join Motor Authority’s list of syndication deals, which already includes arrangements with Yahoo!, VentureBeat, Fox News and Business Insider, among others.
Stay tuned, as we’re just getting warmed up.