Stay connected with the new AP News app
There’s a new offering from The Associated Press available in the App Store: AP News.
Experimenting with virtual reality technology amid soaring demand for live video
“Three words dominate current discussions of our profession: mobile, shared, live,” Associated Press Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll told the Global Video Media Forum.
The Latest format delivers the latest news
The fiscal crisis in Greece, plans by the U.S. and Cuba to open embassies in each other’s capital and tennis competition at Wimbledon are among the many developing stories in recent weeks that AP journalists have covered in a live blog type of presentation.
From Hollywood to Hong Kong: AP covers the world of entertainment
Global Entertainment and Lifestyles Editor Nekesa Mumbi Moody oversees text and visual journalists based in New York, London, Hong Kong, Nashville and Los Angeles. Her staff covers movies, music, television, video games, fashion, food, travel and events including the Emmys, Grammys and Fashion Week. Ahead of the 87th Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 22, the well-wired reporter and editor pulls back the curtain on AP’s entertainment operation and explains how her team plans to cover entertainment’s biggest night:
Sharing our members’ stories via @AP
Social Media Editor Eric Carvin describes how and why The Associated Press is using @AP, our flagship Twitter feed, to highlight stories reported by member news organizations.