Topic: “religion”

Posted in Products and Services

Inclusive storytelling chapter added to AP Stylebook

, by Nicole Meir

During a panel at the ACES: The Society for Editing national conference in San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday, Stylebook editor Paula Froke announced that the latest edition of AP Stylebook will include a new chapter on inclusive storytelling.

Posted in Behind the News

How we work with foundations

, by Lauren Easton

AP works with foundations and nonprofits to augment our journalism and help us tell stories we might otherwise not be able to tell.

Director of News Partnerships Lisa Gibbs explains how this outside support underpins AP’s mission of providing factual, unbiased journalism to the world.

Posted in Behind the News

The power of journalism in clergy abuse crisis

, by Patrick Maks

The Catholic Church’s efforts to reckon with clergy sex abuse were examined during an AP panel discussion on Tuesday at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY in New York.

Posted in Announcements

AP names 4 to global religion team

, by Lauren Easton

Global Religion Editor Sally Stapleton today sent this memo to staff announcing four additions to AP’s new religion team:

Posted in Behind the News

Following the paper trail to group aiding abusive priests

, by Patrick Maks

In a memo to staff, Managing Editor Brian Carovillano outlined how shoe leather reporting and Freedom of Information requests revealed a small nonprofit in Michigan that was serving as a rapid-response team for hundreds of priests accused of sex abuse: