PRO32: HEAD TO HEAD DIGITAL NEWS EXPERIENCE
Discover which exciting weekly matchups have been chosen by AP editors.
The AP Pro32: Head to Head Digital News Experience is a ready-to-publish Web content package designed to help you reach passionate football fans. Give your readers full coverage of all the games, all the teams and more with a customized Pro32: Head To Head package integrated with your website. To view a demo, visit pro32.ap.org.
How does the Pro32: Head to Head Digital News Experience work?
- AP editors curate Web-exclusive content from the best of AP text, photos and video into attractively designed pages and widgets you can embed on your site.
- Each package can be customized with your branding and easily integrated with your site. You can upload your own logo, build your own navigation bar and add analytics code to measure performance. Documentation and 24/7 customer support are included.
What content is included?
- AP Pro32 poll page — the new AP power ranking of pro football teams, made weekly by a 12-member panel with previous weeks' rankings available.
- "By Poll Voter" feature — see how each poll voter casts his or her vote for the season.
- Exciting weekly matchups chosen by AP editors and highlighted on the home page.
- Team pages that aggregate news and information for each team.
- Game previews, recaps and breaking news.
- Photos from AP, the definitive photo source for the NFL.
- Photo galleries for all games covered by the AP plus Web-exclusive photo galleries, including MVP Frontrunners, Crazy Fans and Top 10 Tackles.
- Latest news headlines and photos.
- A "Top 10" poll.
- Photo gallery.
- Provide an RSS feed of your own content to include on the home page.
- Filter AP news by local team, player, coach and other choices to display in an area on the home page.
- Plus, select up to five teams to feature on a "Find Your Teams" area on the home page to point visitors to team pages with game recaps, photo galleries and more.
Talk to us
For more information about AP Pro32: Head to Head Digital News Experience, contact your AP representative or bureau chief.
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