The Washington Post today shared it is collaborating with Amazon on its annual >university competition, Alexa Prize. For the inaugural competition, The Post will grant participating students full access to Post digital content. 

 The Post is committed to developing relevant, general interest content for its growing audience with Alexa-enabled devices. The Post currently offers an >Elections skill featuring on-demand election season analysis. The Post also provides daily political news and analysis as part of its >Flash Briefings, which will expand to deliver a Headlines Brief that highlights the latest top stories. 

Users will soon be able to listen to top stories, play the latest episodes of podcasts like >Cape Up and >Presidential, and test their knowledge of the hottest news of the week with a Know Your News quiz curated by Post editorial staff.

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The Washington Post reveals its upcoming new features on Alexa
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