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About Washington Post

Washington Post is an news site that features tons of news videos for your pleasure.
Washington Post is the 159th most popular webpage in the world according to Alexa rank.
To download Washington Post videos, you can't use the dl trick but you can always just copy and paste the url or use our bookmarklet from the top menu.

Save Washington Post videos

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Convert Washington Post content to mp3

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Save Washington Post audio

Download audio files from Washington Post even if the source format is video. Give us the link and then choose to download as audio. As simple as that!

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How to download videos from Washington Post with TubeNinja

Alternative 1: Copy and Paste

  1. Copy the link to the Washington Post news that you want to download
    ctrl + c is shortcut for copying (cmd + c on mac)
  2. Open a new window/tab and go to
  3. Paste the link in the input box at the top of this page
    ctrl + v is shortcut for pasting (cmd + v on mac)
  4. Click Download and wait for the page to finish loading
  5. Select what quality you want to download the news in

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