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APTN - Associated Press Television News The Associated Press, on 30 March 2013, became the first international news agency to open a bureau in Myanmar since a reformist government took power two years ago and began relaxing restrictions on the media for the first time in decades. The opening paves the way for AP to expand its coverage of the unfolding transition in Myanmar, which is still emerging from nearly half a century of military rule, for its members and customers around the world. Six multi-format journalists will staff the new AP bureau full time. AP is the leading supplier of entertainment video news footage. We consistently deliver more entertainment video footage than our nearest competitor. ... celebrity news, music, festivals, awards, premieres, exclusive access, sit-down interviews, fashion, theatre, movie news ...
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