Topic: “Asia”

Posted in Behind the News

Scrambling to secure video exclusives of traveling North Korean official

, by Lauren Easton

Ahead of an announcement by President Donald Trump that a top North Korean official would travel to the U.S. for talks about an upcoming summit between the two countries, a sharp-eyed AP journalist spotted Kim Yong Chol en route and set off a worldwide scramble.

Posted in Industry Insights

How and when we work with outside groups

, by Lauren Easton

In some cases AP works with nonprofit foundations and other news organizations that share and support our mission of objective, unbiased newsgathering.

Posted in Announcements

New Asia-Pacific leadership team is named

, by Lauren Easton

Asia-Pacific News Director Ted Anthony announced Monday a new multiformat leadership team for the region, sending this memo to his staff:

Posted in Industry Insights

A grand night for journalism

, by Lauren Easton

Journalists, playwrights, composers and literary talents gathered at Columbia University on Thursday night to celebrate 100 years of the Pulitzer Prize.

Posted in Behind the News

22 years a slave: AP takes readers on emotional journey home

, by Erin Madigan White

The Associated Press today published a gripping tale of the life of Myint Naing, one of hundreds of former slaves rescued and returned home after a yearlong AP investigation exposed extreme labor abuses in Southeast Asia’s seafood industry.

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