Graham Holdings

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Graham Holdings Company (formerly The Washington Post Company) is a diversified American conglomerate holding company, best known for owning the newspaper for which it was once named, The Washington Post, and Newsweek.wikipedia
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Newsweek

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Graham Holdings Company (formerly The Washington Post Company) is a diversified American conglomerate holding company, best known for owning the newspaper for which it was once named, The Washington Post, and Newsweek.
Newsweek was acquired by The Washington Post Company in 1961, under whose ownership it remained until 2010.

The Washington Post

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Graham Holdings Company (formerly The Washington Post Company) is a diversified American conglomerate holding company, best known for owning the newspaper for which it was once named, The Washington Post, and Newsweek.
In October 2013, the paper's longtime controlling family, the Graham family, sold the newspaper to Nash Holdings, a holding company established by Jeff Bezos, for $250 million in cash.

Graham Media Group

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Its holdings include the digital marketing company SocialCode, the online magazine Slate, Graham Media Group (formerly Post-Newsweek Stations), a group of seven television stations, higher education company Kaplan, and the now closed Trove (formerly WaPo Labs)—the developers of a news reader app.
Graham Media Group (formerly Post-Newsweek Stations) is the television broadcasting subsidiary of the Graham Holdings Company.

Slate (magazine)

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Its holdings include the digital marketing company SocialCode, the online magazine Slate, Graham Media Group (formerly Post-Newsweek Stations), a group of seven television stations, higher education company Kaplan, and the now closed Trove (formerly WaPo Labs)—the developers of a news reader app. These include The Slate Group, which publishes Slate, Slate V, and ForeignPolicy.com.
In 2004, it was purchased by The Washington Post Company (later renamed the Graham Holdings Company), and since 2008 has been managed by The Slate Group, an online publishing entity created by Graham Holdings.

Kaplan, Inc.

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Its holdings include the digital marketing company SocialCode, the online magazine Slate, Graham Media Group (formerly Post-Newsweek Stations), a group of seven television stations, higher education company Kaplan, and the now closed Trove (formerly WaPo Labs)—the developers of a news reader app.
Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Kaplan was founded in 1938 by Stanley Kaplan and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company, formerly known as The Washington Post Company.

Donald E. Graham

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Descendants of the late Eugene Meyer (including Chairman Donald E. Graham, his sister Lally Weymouth, and the beneficiaries of various family trusts) collectively control the company through their ownership of the unlisted Class A common stock that selects 70% of the company's board of directors.
Donald Edward Graham (born April 22, 1945) is the majority owner and chairman of Graham Holdings Company.

WPLG

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Prior to 2014, Berkshire Hathaway was a substantial holder of the public Class B common stock that selects 30% of the company's board of directors, but exchanged most of that stock for WPLG-TV, one of Graham Holdings' television stations, and other assets, in 2014.
In 1969, WLBW and Cincinnati sister station WCKY radio were purchased by the Washington Post Company and became part of its broadcasting subsidiary, Post-Newsweek Stations.

WDIV-TV

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Led by chief executive officer Emily L. Barr, the company is now based in Chicago, after being co-located for several years with its local NBC affiliate WDIV-TV in Detroit.
The station serves as the flagship broadcast property of the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.

Trove (app)

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Its holdings include the digital marketing company SocialCode, the online magazine Slate, Graham Media Group (formerly Post-Newsweek Stations), a group of seven television stations, higher education company Kaplan, and the now closed Trove (formerly WaPo Labs)—the developers of a news reader app.
Trove remained part of the parent company, which was renamed Graham Holdings Company (GHC).

WJXT

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The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company, as part of a duopoly with CW affiliate WCWJ (channel 17).

WCWJ

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The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company, as part of a duopoly with independent station WJXT (channel 4).

WKMG-TV

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The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.

KPRC-TV

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The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of the Graham Holdings Company.

KSAT-TV

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The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.

Foreign Policy

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These include The Slate Group, which publishes Slate, Slate V, and ForeignPolicy.com.
Foreign Policy magazine and ForeignPolicy.com are published by The FP Group, a division of Graham Holdings Company (formerly The Washington Post Company).

WSLS-TV

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The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.

Washington, D.C.

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Since 1950, the company had been based in the Washington Post building in Washington, D.C., which was sold off separately in 2014.
The Washington Post Company also publishes a daily free commuter newspaper called the Express, which summarizes events, sports and entertainment, as well as the Spanish-language paper El Tiempo Latino.

The Slate Group

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These include The Slate Group, which publishes Slate, Slate V, and ForeignPolicy.com.
The Slate Group is a US online publishing entity established in June 2008 by Graham Holdings Company.

Berkshire Hathaway

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Prior to 2014, Berkshire Hathaway was a substantial holder of the public Class B common stock that selects 30% of the company's board of directors, but exchanged most of that stock for WPLG-TV, one of Graham Holdings' television stations, and other assets, in 2014.
On March 12, 2014, it was announced that Graham Holdings Company would divest its Miami television station, ABC

Eugene Meyer (financier)

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Descendants of the late Eugene Meyer (including Chairman Donald E. Graham, his sister Lally Weymouth, and the beneficiaries of various family trusts) collectively control the company through their ownership of the unlisted Class A common stock that selects 70% of the company's board of directors.
Meyer appointed his son-in-law, Phil Graham, as publisher of the Post. After six months with the World Bank, Meyer returned to the Post, serving as chairman of the Washington Post Company until his death in Washington in 1959.

Cable One

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Graham Holdings Company also owned cable television and internet service provider Cable One until it was spun off in 2015.
Cable One, Inc. (branded as Sparklight since 2019) is an American Internet and cable service provider and former subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.

American Broadcasting Company

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To finance the purchase, Capital Cities borrowed $2.1 billion from a consortium of banks, which sold certain assets that Capital Cities could not acquire or retain due to FCC ownership rules for a combined $900 million and sold off several cable television systems, which were sold to The Washington Post Company (forming the present-day Cable One).

The Root (magazine)

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The Root, an online magazine focusing on African American culture, used to be held by The Slate Group until Graham Holdings sold it to Univision Communications in 2015.
It was owned by Graham Holdings Company through its online subsidiary, The Slate Group.

Clyde's Restaurant Group

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In July 2019, Graham Holdings acquired Clyde's Restaurant Group, the owner and operator of several restaurants in the Washington metropolitan area, including Old Ebbitt Grill.
Clyde's Restaurant Group is a subsidiary of Graham Holdings that, as of 2019, owns and operates 13 restaurants in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

LivingSocial

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In 2014, Tim O'Shaughnessy joined GHC as president, the founder of LivingSocial and a son-in-law of CEO Don Graham.