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Washington Bureau Chief Anna Johnson announced today that White House reporter Zeke Miller has been named White House correspondent.
Here is her memo to Washington staff:
In a memo to staff on Tuesday, Global Business Editor Noreen Gillespie announced three new roles on the Business News team:
AP Education Reporting Network Director Chrissie Thompson has announced two additions to the network aimed at deepening education coverage by the AP and across the news industry.
Vice President and Head of Global News Gathering Paul Haven announced on Monday that Eduardo Castillo is now the news director for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Here is his memo to staff (español abajo):
During a panel at the Collision Conference in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday, Executive Editor Julie Pace explained AP’s role in delivering the truth in a polarized media environment.