Topic: “Latin America”

Posted in Industry Insights

Honoring distinguished coverage of Latin America

, by Lauren Easton

AP photographer Rodrigo Abd received a Cabot Prize from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism on Tuesday, in recognition of his outstanding work documenting life in Latin America.

Posted in Behind the News

Exploring ‘a landscape of mafias, violence and corruption’

, by Lauren Easton

The Overseas Press Club announced this morning that three Associated Press journalists have won its award for the best reporting on Latin America in any medium.

Posted in Behind the News

AP Latin America team advances on the path of presidential interviews

, by Lauren Easton

A week after sitting down with former Mexican President Vicente Fox, AP’s Latin America team scored another all-formats, one-on-one interview with the president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri.

Posted in Behind the News

How one Cuba scoop led to another

, by Erin Madigan White

In a memo to staff, Senior Managing Editor Michael Oreskes hails the AP reporting team from around the world who worked together to break an important story about the U.S. government’s secret activities in Cuba:

Posted in Behind the News

On the Brazil beat: AP covers the World Cup

, by Erin Madigan White

As the excitement of the World Cup unfolds across Brazil, AP journalists are covering the action in text, video and photos for an array of customers around the world.

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