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The Associated Press

The Associated Press
The Associated Press is the largest news-gathering organization in the world, disseminating news stories, photographs, graphics, audio and video.

Operating as a not-for-profit cooperative and based in New York City, the AP is owned by 1,500 daily newspaper members in the United States. Its mission is to be a global news network. The AP has more than 4,000 employees working in more than 240 bureaus throughout the world. Founded in 1846, the AP considers itself to be the world's most trusted independent news source.

The cooperative, running in a 24-hour news cycle, helps members distribute their stories and other content to other members and also picks up member stories for i...
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The Associated Press is the largest news-gathering organization in the world, disseminating news stories, photographs, graphics, audio and video.

Operating as a not-for-profit cooperative and based in New York City, the AP is owned by 1,500 daily newspaper members in the United States. Its mission is to be a global news network. The AP has more than 4,000 employees working in more than 240 bureaus throughout the world. Founded in 1846, the AP considers itself to be the world's most trusted independent news source.

The cooperative, running in a 24-hour news cycle, helps members distribute their stories and other content to other members and also picks up member stories for its use. It distributes content to 121 countries and in four languages. The AP has won 49 Pulitzer Prizes in reporting and story-telling and 30 for photography.
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  • AP accuses George Zimmerman of using its photo in his artwork

    George Zimmerman's latest artistic endeavor may land him in a legal battle with the Associated Press. AP officials contend that Zimmerman's painting, titled "Angie," directly copies an AP photo, taken by freelance photographer Rick Wilson, of Florida...
  • Dateline Gettysburg: The Tribune regrets the (minor) errors

     
    Sunday's print column Considering the personal and journalistic hardships my unknown predecessor at the Tribune endured in order to file a lengthy dispatch from the battlefield cemetery at Gettysburg 150 years ago this week, I can hardly fault him for.......
  • Hey, AP Stylebook users, they're just guidelines

    A comment on Facebook responding to one of my posts recommending revisions in the Associated Press Stylebook raises a couple of issues worth examining:  Here's what bugs me: the idea that a style guide should, or is claiming to, apply universally. That'...
  • No Contest: UConn Dominates Gannon In Exhibition, 101-35

    No Contest: UConn Dominates Gannon In Exhibition, 101-35
    — This first night of the UConn women's basketball season Friday differed greatly from First Night, the extended pep rally preceding it two weeks ago. This was about business. For the defending national champion, the business at hand was...
  • Teel Time: With No. 2 Oregon on deck, reviewing U.Va.'s top non-conference wins

    Virginia has gone undefeated in non-conference play only once in the last 15 football seasons, in 2005, and with No. 2 Oregon visiting Scott Stadium on Saturday, that trend figures to continue. The Cavaliers upset No. 2 Florida State at home in 1995,...
  • The AP's complicated word-association test

    In what may be the greatest victory to date for the sophisticatedly asinine organization "No Labels," the Associated Press has embraced a new policy against "labeling people." For instance, its widely used and influential style guide is being purged of...
  • When words lose their meaning

    The editors at the Associated Press made news themselves last week when they announced that their stylebook would no longer approve the use of the phrase Illegal Immigrant to describe illegal immigrants. To borrow some newspeak from George Orwell's...
  • PASSINGS: Edwin Q. White, Bill Dees

    Edwin Q. White Saigon bureau chief for AP during Vietnam War Edwin Q. White, 90, who as Associated Press bureau chief in Saigon during the 1960s was part of a fabled crew of journalists who covered the Vietnam War, died Thursday in Honolulu, the...
  • Ray Lewis' career as a Raven, year by year

    Ray Lewis' career as a Raven, year by year
    When the Ravens made Ray Lewis their second-ever draft pick, they knew they were getting a highly productive player from the talent-rich University of Miami. What they could not have known is that Lewis would become arguably the greatest middle linebacker...
  • Shepard Fairey gets two years' probation in Obama 'Hope' poster case

    Shepard Fairey gets two years' probation in Obama 'Hope' poster case
    Shepard Fairey, the Los Angeles street artist, has received a sentence of two years' probation and a $25,000 fine in his criminal contempt case involving his "Hope" poster of Barack Obama. The sentence was handed down Friday morning in a New York court....
  • Texas filibuster captures nation's attention all day and all night

    Texas filibuster captures nation's attention all day and all night
    Shouts and chants filled the chamber of a special session of the Texas Senate as the clock neared midnight. For 13 hours a Democratic senator from Fort Worth -- Wendy Davis -- had held sway over the legislative session in a filibuster designed to block...