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In a memo to staff on Wednesday, it was announced that Sara Gillesby will lead global video for AP and Josh Hoffner will direct U.S. news coverage.
AP today swept the Pulitzer Prize photography awards, winning both the breaking news and feature photography prizes for images of explosive protests over racial injustice and the pandemic’s toll on the elderly in Spain.
The Associated Press is reinventing how it cooperates with its member news organizations and nonprofits with the expansion of AP StoryShare, a tool that allows them to share content and collaborate.
From Italy to Spain and New York to New Orleans, AP journalists around the world are working tirelessly to tell the story of the COVID-19 pandemic in all formats.
Executive Editor Sally Buzbee and Managing Editor Brian Carovillano announced a key appointment on Friday, sending this memo to staff: