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In a memo to staff on Tuesday, Executive Editor Julie Pace, Chief Revenue Officer Kristin Heitmann and Chief Technology Officer Gianluca D’Aniello announced the launch of the redesigned AP News website:
In a memo to staff on Tuesday, Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Julie Pace announced that Mark Grant has been named AP’s new vice president for global security and safety:
AP today earned its 57th and 58th Pulitzer Prizes—35th for photography—for public service and breaking news photography.
The Associated Press Corporate Archives, tasked with documenting 177 years of AP history, this year celebrates its 20th anniversary.
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.