Previewing a new AP Stylebook
During a virtual panel at the ACES: The Society for Editing national conference on Friday, AP Stylebook Editor Paula Froke announced that this year's AP Stylebook will include new guidance on gender-neutral language.
AP Stylebook additions range from ChatGPT to greenwashing
During a panel at the ACES: The Society for Editing national conference in Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday, Stylebook Editor Paula Froke announced new and updated AP Stylebook entries that are now available on AP Stylebook Online.
Planning a new edition of the AP Stylebook
Work is starting on the 2016 edition of The Associated Press Stylebook.
Inclusive storytelling chapter added to AP Stylebook
During a panel at the ACES: The Society for Editing national conference in San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday, Stylebook editor Paula Froke announced that the latest edition of AP Stylebook will include a new chapter on inclusive storytelling.
A new look for AP Stylebook Online
It’s now easier for AP Stylebook Online subscribers to find what they’re looking for with the launch of a redesigned APStylebook.com.
Previewing a new edition of the AP Stylebook
During a panel at the ACES: The Society for Editing national conference in Providence, Rhode Island, on Friday, it was announced that the 2019 AP Stylebook will include new and expanded guidance on race-related terms.
Asian American terms added to AP Stylebook
During a virtual panel at the ACES: The Society for Editing national conference on Friday, AP Stylebook Editor Paula Froke announced new Asian American-related Stylebook entries, among other updates.
An addition to AP Stylebook entry on global warming
The AP Stylebook editors today informed AP staff about a change to the entry on global warming. In addition, they described what goes into keeping the Stylebook up-to-date, including their outreach to experts.
AP science writer Seth Borenstein was among those who provided guidance during the discussion that resulted in today’s change, which adds two sentences to the global warming entry.
Here is the staff memo from Stylebook editors Sally Jacobsen, Dave Minthorn and Paula Froke:
‘Illegal immigrant’ no more
The AP Stylebook today is making some changes in how we describe people living in a country illegally.
AP editors’ note on Manning
Update: The following advisory was sent to AP member editors and other subscribers on Aug. 26, 2013, at 6:03 p.m.:
Why we will lowercase white
AP style will continue to lowercase the term white in racial, ethnic and cultural senses. This decision follows our move last month to capitalize Black in such uses. We consulted with a wide group of people internally and externally around the globe and considered a variety of commentary in making these decisions.
Making a case for a singular ‘they’
During a panel at the American Copy Editors Society national conference in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Friday, it was announced that the 2017 AP Stylebook will include guidance on the limited use of “they” as a singular pronoun.
Ready to lowercase ‘internet’ and ‘web’
During a panel at the American Copy Editors Society national conference in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday, it was announced that the 2016 AP Stylebook will lowercase the words ‘internet’ and ‘web.’
Updating our polling guidance
The 2018 AP Stylebook will include a new chapter on polls and surveys, adding details to help journalists report responsibly on public opinion research heading into the U.S. midterm elections.
Q&A: AP Food Editor J.M. Hirsch
As food editor, J.M. Hirsch keeps The Associated Press’ global coverage of cooking and eating relevant, accessible and authoritative. He’s also the expert behind the popular food chapter of the AP Stylebook. Here, he explains what coverage AP served up to Lifestyles subscribers for the holidays and what to watch for in the new year.