The Washington Post has launched a branded StumbleUpon page, a powerful crowd-sourced recommendation engine, the paper announced last night.

In an unrelated development, the paper has been using Google Hangouts to drive traffic to its videos, says Andrew Pergam, Director of Video, in this interview conducted in the Post’s newsroom earlier this month.

For more about StumbleUpon and how the company is working with publishers, please see our interview below with Oliver Tsaing, Director Strategic Partnerships.