The Washington Informer
|Publisher||Denise Rolark Barnes|
|Sports editor||John DeFreitas|
|Photo editor||Victor Holt|
|Staff writers||James Wright, Barrington Salmon|
|Founded||October 16, 1964|
|Official website||Washington Informer|
The Washington Informer is a weekly newspaper published in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. The Informer is woman-owned, and serves the African-American population of the D.C. metropolitan area.
At the 2011 Second Annual Ethnic Media Awards competition, the Informer received first-place honors for feature writing and local news.
- Publisher Emeritus – Dr. Calvin W. Rolark, Sr.
- Publisher – Denise Rolark Barnes 
- Photo Editor - Victor Holt
- Photographers - Khalid Naji-Allah, Shevry Lassiter, Roy Lewis  and Mickey Thompson
- Sports Editor - John DeFreitas
- Online Editor - Dorothy Rowley
- Staff Writers - James Wright, Barrington Salmon
- Graphic Design - Brian Young
- Social Media Rep. - Stacey Palmer
- Advertising - Ron Burke
- Total circulation: 50,000
- Trade association memberships
- Wilhelmina Rolark, former owner of the paper
- "Insider's Guide: Denise Rolark Barnes, Publisher, Washington Informer". Cultural Tourism DC. Retrieved 2012-01-14.
- "The Washington Informer wins three first-place Ethnic Media Awards honors". Retrieved 2012-01-14.
- "Black Capitol Awards to Honor Washington Informer Publisher Denise Rolark Barnes (BMORENEWS.com : News, video and live radio ...". Retrieved 2012-01-14.
- The Historymakers. "Roy Lewis, Photographer". Retrieved December 18, 2011.
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