Topic: “featured”

Posted in Announcements

Will Weissert joins AP's Washington bureau

, by Lauren Easton

Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced that AP political reporter Will Weissert, currently in Austin, Texas, will relocate to the nation’s capital to cover the 2020 presidential campaign.

Posted in Behind the News

Following the money in March Madness

, by Lauren Easton

The Associated Press became the first news organization to reveal just how big a business the NCAA college basketball tournament is, thanks to a recent collaboration between AP’s Sports and Data teams.

Posted in Products and Services

Previewing a new edition of the AP Stylebook

, by Lauren Easton

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.

Posted in Industry Insights

Defending journalism, defending society

, by Lauren Easton

“Cold-blooded killing of journalists by powerful individuals and governments to achieve their political and economic aims, or by individuals driven by private grievances or propaganda-fueled hate, have threatened and in too many cases cut down journalists over the past year,” AP Vice President for Standards John Daniszewski said at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Tuesday. “For no crime other than their work to reveal facts, and for their stubborn unwillingness to surrender to intimidation.”

Posted in Industry Insights

How AP delivered live video from Indian Ocean depths

, by Lauren Easton

Using technology involving LED lights that pulse faster than the human eye can see, AP transmitted live, broadcast-quality video on Tuesday from a submersible in one of the world’s least explored places.

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