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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?

A history of media innovation and press freedom

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The director of our corporate archives recently came across a 1943 speech from our then-general manager that proves especially relevant to the news of today.

Divided America: Our guide to the fracturing of a nation

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​Ahead of the general election on Nov. 8, we’ve compiled all of the stories, visuals and interactive elements from our Divided America series this year.

Celebrating 100 years of the Pulitzer Prize

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Honored. Humbled. Respectful.​ These are among the thoughts of AP journalists who captured our industry’s most prestigious award. We looked through our archives to see what a few had to say about what the award meant (or didn’t mean) to them.

Developing products for a changing market

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A product director for The Associated Press describes how the increasing pace of industry changes has altered his team’s approach to bringing products to market.

A constant in a world of change

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Despite significant technology advancements, foreign correspondents remain the best way of getting accurate, impactful news from overseas. Giovanna Dell’Orto, an associate professor at the University of Minnesota, recently interviewed 61 of them for a new book and shared her insights with us.