The New Face of Media

The nerve center of the office, the newsroom itself is always buzzing with the latest from the capital.

A look behind the scenes at the Huffington Post’s Washington, DC, bureau

Known for its bold foray in the online space, the Huffington Post has reinvented the modern media enterprise. Its offices are equally inspring, painting a picuture of the modern newsroom. Profile took a tour of the organization’s Washington, DC, bureau, where a team or journalists keeps tabs on the latest from the nation’s capital. The offices—shared by Huffington Post’s parent company, AOL—are bright, modern, and generously apportioned with art from Arianna Huffington’s personal collection.

The bureau’s studio captures the evolution of the newsroom. A laptop rests on an industrial desk, giving anchors the freedom to react to the latest news and updates.
The bureau’s studio captures the evolution of the newsroom. A laptop rests on an industrial desk, giving anchors the freedom to react to the latest news and updates.
AOL’s offices are just down the hall from the Huffington Post newsroom. On both sides, the feel is the same and art abounds.
AOL’s offices are just down the hall from the Huffington Post newsroom. On both sides, the feel is the same and art abounds.
The journalist community board showcases favorite stories, political cartoons, and the aftermath of photo booth sessions.
The journalist community board showcases favorite stories, political cartoons, and the aftermath of photo booth sessions.