The Washington Post recorded more than 735 million page views in January 2016, according to comScore. The new numbers also indicate increased online engagement with Post content, with readers spending nearly 17 minutes on our website and apps, representing a 65% jump year over year.

The Post reported that it has been focused on growing its digital audience across a wide variety of platforms, and mobile registered the most year-over-year growth, up 77%. More than 55 million mobile users visited The Post in January and nearly half of those were millennials.

Overall, The Post recorded nearly 70 million digital readers last month, a 46% increase from this time last year.

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