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During a panel at the Collision Conference in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday, Executive Editor Julie Pace explained AP’s role in delivering the truth in a polarized media environment.
In a memo to staff on Monday, U.S. News Director Josh Hoffner announced a new position aimed at supporting AP’s member news organizations and customers:
In a memo to staff on Monday, Washington Bureau Chief Anna Johnson and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief Steven Sloan announced a key appointment:
In a memo to staff on Thursday, Washington Bureau Chief Anna Johnson announced that Seung Min Kim will join AP’s White House team:
In a memo to staff, Global Business Editor Noreen Gillespie announced two journalists will join AP’s Business News team to cover personal finance: