Christopher Ma


Christopher Ma

Christopher Ma is a Washington Post Company vice president[1] with responsibilities in planning and development of new business opportunities, particularly content-driven initiatives. He is also publisher of Express, the company’s new commuter tabloid newspaper for the greater Washington area, and oversees the company’s radio partnership for Washington Post Radio and the operations of its Spanish-language newspaper, El Tiempo Latino.

Before joining the corporate staff in 2000, he was executive editor of WPNI, The Post Company’s new media subsidiary, where he directed the early editorial development of washingtonpost.com and Newsweek.com.

Ma joined WPNI from U.S. News & World Report, where he served as managing editor, then deputy editor from 1987 to 1996, overseeing many of the magazine’s major areas of coverage. Prior to that, Ma worked as a Washington correspondent for Newsweek magazine, which is owned by The Post Company, covering foreign affairs and economics.

Ma is a graduate of Harvard College, where he received the Michael Clark Rockefeller Traveling Fellowship, and he has a law degree from the University of California at Berkeley. He is the co-author of several books, including a consumer guide to the breakup of AT&T.

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