Webinar: How to drive video adoption in reporting

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Looking for best practices to train your staff on the latest technologies? See these five recommendations from our recent webinar ​for developing multimedia narratives.

Producing a tool that will automatically verify UGC

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​Our director of international development and partnerships explains how we’re using a grant from Google to produce a cloud-based newsroom tool that will combine artificial intelligence with our editorial expertise to automatically source and verify user-generated content.

Master class: Are you ready for AI?

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Watch our discussion from the GEN Summit on how to incorporate artificial intelligence into your reporting or content, including strategy design tips and a case study on how automation is already being implemented.

E-book: How to build a content strategy for the internet of things

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We asked leaders around the internet of things ecosystem for their best practices when it comes to delivering content through this still-emerging technology. What we discovered are five concepts to think about when building your own strategy.

How we’re evolving the daily television newsroom workflow

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AP Vice President Michael Fabiano shares his thoughts from the annual NAB Show and explains how we’re working to evolve the daily newsroom workflow by producing stories in a centralized manner.

Using artificial intelligence to produce news insights

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We collaborated with Cortico, a media analytics nonprofit recently launched from the Laboratory for Social Machines at the MIT Media Lab, to analyze the level of attention the president has given to certain issues on Twitter, as well as how other users have responded.

Webinar: How to use artificial intelligence in your newsroom

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See examples of how AP is deploying artificial intelligence and learn how journalists can take advantage of existing technology to start automating and augmenting their own reporting.

“The Promise” of journalism

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​A new movie starring Christian Bale highlights the value of reporting and how the stories behind the news can both inform and entertain audiences.

E-book: Best practices for designing the modern newsroom workflow

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As newsrooms adapt to the digital era, the systems powering them must also keep pace. Read our e-book to see the four features that optimize the NRCS to help journalists generate revenue from digital sources and keep up with broadcasts.

A common goal: Media, universities and mission-driven foundations

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Media organizations, universities and mission-driven foundations are dedicated to informing the public and spreading fact-based information. How do these groups come together to further their common cause?

Report: How artificial intelligence will impact journalism

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Learn how artificial intelligence will augment your newsroom and how you can leverage it to your advantage by reading “The future of augmented journalism: A guide for newsrooms in the age of smart machines.”

Webinar: Help Facebook and AP promote authentic storytelling

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Learn how Facebook and AP are combating misinformation and how news organizations can replicate this initiative in their own reporting to local communities.

Learn how to grow your audience and get noticed

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Content only matters if people see it. So how can marketers help audiences find their amazing stories? Read how to go from audience development to ownership with Paul Caluori, the global director of AP Digital Services at The Associated Press.

Learn how to tell authentic stories and win audiences’ trust

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​In an era of fake news, building trust between your brand and your audience is more important than ever. Read our e-book and watch our interview on how to tell authentic stories and win audiences’ trust.

Our photo plans for covering the Super Bowl

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Our acting director of photography, Denis Paquin, shares our strategy for the big game in Houston, including how many photographers and cameras we’ll have on hand, as well as the technology we’ll be using to push images directly to customers.

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