As far as I can find there does not seem to be any term “post-propaganda” with any specific meaning. My best guess would be that it refers to effects political propaganda has on the population it is trying to reach.
The best I can find is an article by Becky Akers. The most I can gather from the article she does not like the spin placed on DHS in the Washington Post. From this article the term should be more neo-propaganda not post. Post would leave the connotation of after the propaganda era. This article seems to push that we are in a new propaganda age.
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