Topic: “Photojournalism”

Posted in Announcements

AP wins Webby Award for ‘What Can Be Saved?’

, by Lauren Easton

The Associated Press earned a People’s Voice Webby Award on Tuesday for its minidocumentaries focused on the environment and conservation efforts, titled “What Can Be Saved?” 

Posted in Announcements

AP's 2020 Pulitzer Prize-winning photos

, by Patrick Maks

AP today earned its 54th Pulitzer Prize – 32nd for photography – in the feature photography category for compelling images of daily life under military lockdown in Indian-controlled Kashmir.

Posted in Behind the News

News outlets collaborate to cover COVID-19

, by Patrick Maks

The Associated Press worked with nearly two dozen Colorado news organizations to tell the story of the state’s battle against the coronavirus using AP StoryShare, a tool that allows newsrooms to share content and coverage plans. 

Posted in Announcements

AP earns World Press Photo honors

, by Lauren Easton

Photos of a deadly Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, California wildfires, Brazilian sports fans and Hurricane Dorian’s destruction earned The Associated Press top honors in the 2020 World Press Photo Contest.

Posted in Behind the News

‘Incredibly fast’ coverage of Germany mass shooting

, by Patrick Maks

When news of a mass shooting in Hanau, Germany, broke on Wednesday night, AP sprung into action to deliver fast all-formats coverage of the attack that left nine people dead.

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