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Capital Business Will No Longer Be a Separate Print Publication

The Washington Post business publication will move its content inside the paper.

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The Washington Post announced Friday that its publication Capital Businesswill move into the main newspaper throughout the week and no longer be a separate subscription publication.” CapBiz writers will have two pages in Sunday and Monday print editions, “with regular placement on the Sunday section front and on page one,” the Post‘s announcement says.

The Post launched Capital Business in 2010 as a $49 add-on for newspaper subscribers. Non-subscribers could get it for $69 before Friday’s announcement.

According to the most recent publisher’s statement filed with the Alliance for Audited Media, Capital Business‘ total average circulation was 22,305 copies for the six months ending in September, with average paid circulation of 8,003.

The change is planned for February 1.

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Andrew Beaujon joined Washingtonian in late 2014. He was previously with the Poynter Institute,, and Washington City Paper. His book A Bigger Field Awaits Us: The Scottish Soccer Team That Fought the Great War was published in 2018. He lives in Del Ray.