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.

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.

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.

Going long on fantasy sports coverage

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​An estimated 57 million people spent a combined $32 billion on fantasy sports in the U.S. and Canada last year, according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. Here’s how we’re providing more fantasy coverage for football season and beyond.

An inside look at our new mobile app

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With its roots dating to the first news app on the market in 2007, AP News delivers an all-new personalized look at the day’s headlines. Our global director of mobile products explains how the app came about and how it can surface more local content relevant to users.

Stay connected with the new AP News app

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There’s a new offering from The Associated Press available in the App Store: AP News.

Expanding the reach of content marketing

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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.

Behind the scenes on our first animated VR experience

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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.

Exclusive: Times CEO talks newsroom innovation

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​​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.​

Renting rooftops in Rio

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Our global sports editor, Michael Giarrusso, provides a preview of our Summer Games strategy and explains how content seen on a second screen can offer an enhanced viewing experience for fans.

Why we’re publishing new automated stories about Minor League Baseball

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Our deputy director of sports products, Barry Bedlan, explains how this change will affect our customers, journalists and readers.

Bringing the New York Philharmonic to virtual reality

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We talked with NYC Parks about how it plans to use virtual reality for the first time, and how it hopes VR will attract audiences to its many parks, events and festivals throughout the 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.

3 advantages and 2 applications of news archive data

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​A software engineer and data scientist explains why news makes a “good, reliable source” of data and made his workflow a lot easier while working at a hedge fund.​

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