Academic collaboration spurs media innovation

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A new virtual reality project highlights the benefits of media organizations working with academics to apply research from the classroom and form new and innovative business strategies.

How we count the votes for the NFL’s top awards

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Our lead NFL writer explains AP’s role in announcing the winners of eight awards — including the most valuable player — that are presented at the NFL Honors show each year.

Deliver story developments faster with “The Latest”

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Built with digital and mobile in mind, our easy-to-read story format provides AP members quick access to breaking news and an additional option for customers to differentiate their coverage.

Top stories of 2015

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​It’s 2016; can you believe it? Take one last look at the stories that made headlines in 2015 with our year-in-review video that played in Times Square on New Year’s Eve.​

Look through our archives at past holiday seasons

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As people start to wind down for the holiday season, we take a look at some of the weird, wonderful and occasionally wacky things that happen across the globe.

Grow digital revenue with health content

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The president of publisher and advertiser solutions at Healthgrades, the leading website for guiding readers to the right health care, explains the reasons behind the explosive growth in interest in health content and how publishers can benefit from the combination of Healthgrades’ proprietary health content and AP’s timely news.

Meeting changing demands for archive content

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Our director of international archives explains how archive content is now being used in different forms of storytelling, and why we’re adding additional footage from China and Brazil.

How to build a video pitch reel with licensed content

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Our director of digital media and entertainment explains how video producers can save time and money preparing pitches to programming executives. She also provides examples of some common pitfalls to avoid.

“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.

Behind the scenes on Russia’s Syrian base

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Our Moscow correspondent took a tour of the Hemeimeem Air Base near Latakia, Syria, receiving a glimpse of the lives of soldiers and the people of nearby communities.

Tying past events to today’s stories

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Compelling news from the past can add a historical perspective and context for breaking news today.

How we made our first hard-news VR film

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A former AP video journalist provides a behind-the-scenes perspective of “Seeking Home” and discusses the strategy behind the virtual reality experience.

Drones: A unique view on storytelling

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Drones are increasingly becoming part of the newsgathering process, allowing media organizations to capture different perspectives of events and providing them access to new locations.

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