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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.
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This year, we collaborated with researchers from Stanford University and the University of Washington to evaluate the role of automated journalism in capital markets. The analysis conducted found compelling evidence that automated articles increase firms’ trading volume and liquidity.
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A global approach and an enhanced network of media outlets mark a milestone for our custom content and distribution service. An AP director explains our strategy for this service and the trends she’s seeing in content marketing across the publishing and advertising industries.
Three members of AP’s data journalism team provide a behind-the-scenes look into how they work with the wider editorial team, discover high-impact stories and create new types of content for AP customers.
“Just like in the U.S., the digital transformation has brought everyone onto the same playing field – broadcasters need more text and photos than they did a handful of years ago, while newspapers need more video than ever before,” says our general manager of Latin American and Spanish media markets.
A fellow at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University researched the growth of automation in journalism and produced a guide discussing key questions and potential implications of its adoption by media companies.