Washington Post Live launches programming series exclusively for Post subscribers


Washington Post Live today announces the launch of a new programming series available exclusively to Washington Post subscribers, creating a unique benefit for its most loyal audience. The series will feature high-profile interviews with newsmakers, in-depth conversations with noteworthy authors, and insightful and revealing discussions with the journalists behind The Post’s most ambitious projects. Subscribers will be able to submit questions for program guests and, for author events, be given the opportunity to receive a complimentary copy of the author’s book. Video will also be available to subscribers after the program.

“We are always looking for ways to enhance the experience of our subscribers. This series gives them access to discussions and guest pairings they can’t find anywhere else and invites them to be part of the conversation,” said Kris Coratti Kelly, chief communications officer at The Post and GM of Washington Post Live. “Our first event captures these ambitions by bringing together two titans of journalism, Carl Bernstein and Carol Leonnig.”

The series kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at Noon EST with former Post reporter and legendary investigative journalist Carl Bernstein in conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning national investigative reporter Carol Leonnig. Bernstein will discuss his new memoir, “Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom,” which, for the first time, recounts his remarkable career from teenage newspaper copyboy to breaking the Watergate scandal, and beyond.


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