The Associated Press has named an experienced photo manager and a longtime news editor to leadership roles overseeing journalists in the cooperative’s East region.
Aretha Franklin always had a soft spot for The Associated Press. Over the years, she would seek out global Entertainment Editor Nekesa Mumbi Moody to chat — “We spoke when she was working on new music, or about an upcoming performance (like when she sang for the pope in 2015) or even her fitness plan and weight loss,” Moody recalled.
News in the digital age comes in short — often very short — bursts, straight to our mobile phones, smart watches, tablets and computer screens. Sometimes these short takes are all an audience will read, not the longer story that follows. That’s why we need to get them right.