The Post has become the most trafficked news source in the country.
The paper has seen a jump in the number of subscribers and page views since last fall.
And that’s without the millions of readers who’ve turned to its website for news and analysis.
“We’re seeing a steady increase in traffic, but it’s a little bit slower than before,” says Mark Zaid, the Post’s senior editor for digital media.
“People are getting more comfortable with the news on the Web, and the more people who see it, the more they want to subscribe and to read the paper.”
The paper is also getting more people from outside the U.S. to cover it.
Since its launch last summer, The Post’s website has added nearly 60 million daily readers, making it the most popular news source on the planet.
The rise of the Internet has also made it easier for online news publishers to reach more Americans.
Today, more than one-third of U.K. online news sites are owned by foreign entities, according to data from comScore, a market research firm.
But the Post, which is owned by Univision Communications, is owned mostly by U.P.A., a company that was founded in 2003.
Univision acquired Univision in 2015, making the company the nation’s largest foreign media company.
Univison is also the largest news publisher in Latin America, according a Reuters report.
“The more we have the technology, the better we can do,” Zaid says.
“But I think that will continue to be the case.
It’s an evolving market, and we’ll continue to work with all the different platforms.”
It’s hard to tell how much of a jump The Post is seeing on the Internet as a result of the surge in subscribers.
The company declined to provide data on the traffic to the site from other media outlets and it doesn’t provide information on page views.
The Post also said that online news websites that offer in-depth articles, videos, graphics, and audio are growing at a rate that is slower than in-person, email-based news.
But a spokeswoman for the company said that its content was up and that its overall traffic is up as well.
“It’s certainly true that in-home audiences are more engaged than online audiences,” said Lauren Burd, a Post spokeswoman.
“In the future, we’ll be focusing more on in-content content that’s tailored to a specific audience.”
But Zaid said that the increase in page views on The Post could be more about the new technology than the actual increase in subscribers and readers.
“There’s a lot of news, and they’re all on different devices,” he said.
“Some of the readership is on mobile devices.
Some of the subscribers are on tablets and smartphones.
It may be a little faster, but I don’t think it’s significant.”