Topic: “New York”

Posted in Behind the News

A race back in time

, by Lauren Easton

When tens of thousands hit the streets of the five boroughs for the New York City Marathon on Sunday, runners and spectators alike will be greeted with inspirational AP photos from past marathons along the course.

Posted in Industry Insights

Fighting for access in Cohen hearings

, by Lauren Easton

An attorney representing five news organizations, including The Associated Press, successfully persuaded a judge to release the name of a third client of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, in a notable victory for public access.

Posted in Announcements

Veteran editor Amanda Barrett named Nerve Center director

, by Lauren Easton

AP Managing Editor Brian Carovillano today announced a key appointment: Amanda Barrett, news manager of the Nerve Center, will now lead the New York hub of AP’s global newsroom, a center for news coordination, client engagement and audience development.

Posted in Industry Insights

Renewing vows to the 'might of journalism'

, by Lauren Easton

As AP Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll accepted the 2016 Front Page Award for Lifetime Achievement in New York on Thursday night, she challenged fellow journalists to reaffirm their commitment to transparency, accountability and press freedom.

Posted in Announcements

For AP, it’s back to the future

, by Paul Colford

The Associated Press has announced that it will move its corporate headquarters from midtown Manhattan to the Brookfield Place retail and office complex, across West Street from the World Trade Center. The move, planned for early 2017, will take AP back to the future.