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July 9, 2012 Gary Pruitt has officially joined The Associated Press as its new president and CEO. He succeeds Tom Curley, who will remain at AP through a transitional period ending in mid-August. Here is a letter Pruitt sent to AP’s global staff today. Hello, AP colleagues: I’m excited to join you today as AP’s new president.
March 21, 2012 NEW YORK -- The Associated Press today named Gary Pruitt as its new president and CEO. Pruitt, currently chairman, president and CEO of The McClatchy Co., will join AP in July. He succeeds retiring AP President and CEO Tom Curley to become the 13th leader of AP in its 166-year history. “In Gary, we have chosen a seasoned and worthy successor to Tom Curley to continue AP’s transition to a digital news company,” said Dean Singleton, outgoing chairman of the AP Board of Directors and chairman of MediaNews Group Inc. “Gary has deep experience in the changing world of the news industry, an acute business sense and an overriding understanding of and commitment to AP’s news mission.
April, 16, 2012 Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman, Chris Hawley and Eileen Sullivan of The Associated Press today were named winners of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting for their months-long series outlining the New York Police Department's surveillance of minority and particularly Muslim neighborhoods since the 9/11 terror attacks. In addition, the AP had finalists in two other Pulitzer categories, Feature Photography and National Reporting. The Pulitzer Prizes are the most prestigious honors in journalism. The NYPD stories revealed that the department had become one of the nation’s most aggressive domestic intelligence agencies, sending undercover officers into minority neighborhoods, student groups and houses of worship, though there was no indication they harbored criminals or terrorists.
April 25, 2012 CHICAGO -- Trevor Tompson, global director of polling for The Associated Press, has been named director of the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. In his new position, Tompson will have overall responsibility for managing operations of the AP-NORC Center, which combines the journalistic strength of AP with the social science research power of NORC at the University of Chicago. Officially launched in August 2011, the AP-NORC Center carries out research projects on issues in which there is a potential for social impact, including education, health care, race, unemployment, aging and poverty.
May 2, 2012 NEW YORK -- Four veteran news service executives have been named regional director at The Associated Press, responsible for leading business development and responding quickly to member and customer needs in changing markets. The regional directors -- Dale Leach, Eva Parziale, Kevin Walsh and Michelle Williams -- will be AP’s primary liaison with major member groups and commercial entities, lead AP bureau chiefs in each region and address regional issues with colleagues across the AP.
April 5, 2012 WASHINGTON, DC, April 5, 2012 — The Associated Press and Google today announced the first recipients of a new national scholarship program targeted at college students whose innovative projects exemplify the new journalist in the digital media age. The Online News Association , the world’s largest membership organization of digital journalists, administers the program. The AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholarship provides $20,000 scholarships for the 2012-13 academic year to six promising undergraduate or graduate students pursuing or planning to pursue degrees at the intersection of journalism, computer science and new media. A key goal is to promote geographic, gender and ethnic diversity, with an emphasis on rural and urban areas. The students were selected by a committee of digital media leaders from applications across the country.
Jan. 25, 2012 Are the democratic institutions of the 20th century fit for the 21st? This will be the focus of a debate among international leaders on Thursday, Jan. 26, hosted by The Associated Press, in partnership with the World Economic Forum, now underway in Davos, Switzerland. You can view a webcast of the debate on Livestream at 9:30 a.m. ET (15:30 in Davos) – part of AP’s extensive, multiplatform coverage of the gathering for its customers worldwide. The debate, moderated by AP Senior Managing Editor for U.S. News Mike Oreskes, will include Rep.
March 8, 2012 The Associated Press has been cited for seven awards in the Pictures of the Year International competition. David Guttenfelder led the way for AP photographers with citations in three categories. Pictures of the Year International is a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. Below, see the list of categories for the five AP honorees who captured seven awards, including Guttenfelder, Matt Dunham, Pavel Rahman, Anja Niedringhaus and Misha Japaridze.
June 13, 2012 AP reporter Matt Apuzzo this week accepted the New York Press Club’s Gold Keyboard Investigative Journalism Award, bestowed on him and three of his colleagues for their series, "NYPD Spies on NYC." The series, which began last August and also earned the quartet a Pulitzer Prize and other journalism honors this year, has documented the New York Police Department’s post-9/11 surveillance activities – surveillance of Muslim communities, on college campuses and in nearby municipalities.
May 2, 2012 Sixty-seven years after AP fired correspondent Ed Kennedy for breaking a military embargo to report the end of World War II, President and CEO Tom Curley is apologizing for how the situation was handled. In an introduction to a newly published, posthumous memoir, Curley and Louisiana State University Provost John Maxwell Hamilton defend Kennedy’s actions.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards drive speedboats during a ceremony to commemorate the 24th anniversary of the downing of Iran Air flight 655 by the US navy, at the port of Bandar Abbas on Monday. TEHRAN – Iran said it was readying ballistic missile war games simulating a counter-attack against US or Israeli targets in the region in the event of air strikes on its nuclear facilities. The three-day drill in Iran’s central desert region was starting days after the European Union and the United States imposed severe new sanctions, and on the eve of another round of negotiations with world powers seeking to curb Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.
Iran-China trade soars to top $45 bn: report (AFP) – Jan 25, 2012 TEHRAN — Trade between Iran and China soared by 55 percent on year to exceed 45 billion dollars in 2011, Tehran's envoy to Beijing was quoted as saying on Wednesday.
June 7, 2012 The Associated Press and the Xinhua News Agency have signed an agreement for the distribution of AP photos in China. Under the agreement, Xinhua will sell AP photos in China.
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