Topic: “Journalism”

Posted in Announcements

US News leadership team is named

, by Nicole Meir

This week AP announced eight key leadership positions, including the US News leadership team and a new director of global text.

Posted in Behind the News

Using ‘liberated’ in Ukraine

, by John Daniszewski

The recent recapturing of territory from the Russians in the Kharkiv region by the Ukrainian armed forces has raised a question: Should AP use the term “liberated” for these towns and villages?

Posted in Announcements

Megan Janetsky named Cuba, Caribbean correspondent

, by Nicole Meir

In a memo to staff, News Director for Latin America and the Caribbean Eduardo Castillo announced Megan Janetsky is AP’s new English-language correspondent for Cuba and the Caribbean:

Posted in Announcements

Ron Nixon named VP for investigative, enterprise, grants and partnerships

, by Lauren Easton

Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Julie Pace today announced that Global Investigations Editor Ron Nixon is now vice president, overseeing investigative, enterprise, and grants and partnerships.

Posted in Announcements

Sabra Ayres named AP's chief correspondent for Ukraine

, by Nicole Meir

Sabra Ayres, a longtime foreign correspondent with extensive experience covering Ukraine, Russia and Eastern Europe, has been named The Associated Press’ Chief Correspondent for Ukraine.

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