AP’s top editor: We must protect journalists online
During a panel at the virtual News Xchange conference on Tuesday, Executive Editor Julie Pace addressed the online harassment of journalists and AP’s response to this growing trend.
What do Americans want from journalism?
A new study by the Media Insight Project, a joint effort by the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, offers a revealing look at the disconnect between what Americans want in their news and what journalists view as their core mission.
AP’s top editor: We must ‘stand up for facts’
At the International Press Institute’s World Congress on Tuesday, AP Executive Editor Sally Buzbee stressed the importance of factual journalism in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Revolutionizing video workflows with AI
At the International Broadcasting Convention this week, Vice President and Director of Key Initiatives Sandy MacIntyre outlined how AP is collaborating with technology companies to revolutionize video production and workflows in the news industry.
Polling in a pandemic: the ideal methodology
The coronavirus has upended nearly every aspect of the U.S. presidential election. Deputy Managing Editor David Scott explains how AP VoteCast — the news cooperative’s election survey, which debuted in 2018 — uses the ideal methodology to conduct accurate research about the electorate in all 50 states during a pandemic: