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In a memo to AP’s global news staff on Monday, Executive Editor Julie Pace announced that Amanda Barrett, vice president and head of news audience, is now vice president of standards and inclusion:
Beginning today a selection of AP stories will be available on TikTok.
On Nov. 8 The Associated Press will count the vote, declare winners and cover the results of House, Senate and statewide races across the U.S. in a critical midterm election cycle.
Stunning visual coverage of the war in Ukraine has earned The Associated Press three first prize trophies at the 29th Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award for war correspondents.
In a memo to staff on Friday, Global Sports Editor Ricardo Zuniga announced that James Robson is AP’s new global soccer correspondent: