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A “digital transformation” in Latin America

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“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 field guide for understanding automated journalism

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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.

“Local” means news that interests readers, not just where news occurs

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​The editor of the Pikes Peak Courier explains his decision for becoming a new member of The Associated Press.

Engage your audiences with these holiday travel tips

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As part of our lifestyles content, our airlines reporter offers these tips for the millions of people braving the friendly skies this month.

Serve up engaging content this holiday season

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As part of our lifestyles content, our food editor offers recipe advice and suggestions for what to bring to your neighbor’s party this holiday season.

​Automation: What have we done so far?

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In June 2014, AP started using automation technology to produce U.S. corporate earnings stories. Since then, there has been an ongoing focus on automation in the newsroom. AP Deputy Business Editor Brad Foss discussed the subject at News Xchange in Berlin this week.

What we learned at ONA from a conference “newbie”

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A first-time AP attendee reveals his highlights from #ONA15.

How one university publication is adapting to the digital era

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Publishing four times per week in print and continuously online, the Baylor Lariat has changed its workflow to train student journalists to meet the demands of a 24/7 news cycle.