After attacks, AP teamwork in Paris

John Daniszewski, AP's vice president for international news, noted the speed and accuracy of the organization's journalists in Paris from the moment the deadly attacks began last Friday. "When extremists struck at the soul and heart of the City of Lights, the reporters, photographers and videographers of AP’s Paris bureau put aside the normal human instincts of sadness and fear and responded like the professionals they are," Daniszewski said.
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How an AP story helped a 'McRefugee'

When Associated Press writer Kelvin Chan wrote his feature story on "McRefugees", a term used to describe homeless and poor people who stay overnight in McDonald’s outlets in Hong Kong, he did not think there would be much reaction from Singapore. A week later, his story has helped 60-year-old Mary Seow reunite with her son, Edward Goh, whom she had not spoken to in about four years.
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AP now offers four live video channels

AP was the first agency to launch a live news service in 2003 and now provides up to 400 live events per month for broadcasters and digital publishers, as well as live breaking news through AP Direct and AP Live Choice. Live video is increasingly important to audiences and AP provides guaranteed and uninterrupted coverage, with significant range and depth – from breaking news to red carpet events, sporting press conferences, technology launches and more.

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