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In response to an announcement from the White House on Wednesday that it has revoked press credentials provided to a CNN reporter, AP released this statement from Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace:
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced an addition to AP’s political reporting team, sending this memo to staff:
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.
AP has appointed an experienced video manager and a longtime foreign correspondent to key leadership roles overseeing all journalists in two critical news regions.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced a key appointment, sending this memo to staff: