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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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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.
Last week, we published a 360-degree view into the latest scientific theories on the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more from the lead editor of the project about how animation unlocks new applications for virtual reality.
The president and CEO of The New York Times Co. provides insights into the strategy of his company and how the Times is bringing people from different backgrounds together to better position it for the future.
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.