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Deeply nuanced storytelling from South America has earned AP Latin America correspondent Joshua Goodman a Maria Moors Cabot Gold Medal from the Columbia School of Journalism.
AP today earned its 57th and 58th Pulitzer Prizes—35th for photography—for public service and breaking news photography.
AP field producer Vasilisa Stepanenko and AP video journalist Mstyslav Chernov were honored at the Royal Television Society’s 2023 Television Journalism Awards on Wednesday in London.
AP’s Mariupol team accepted on Thursday the International Center for Journalists Knight International Journalism Award for their courageous work documenting the reality of life in the besieged Ukrainian city.
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.