The Associated Press
New York City Bureau
450 W. 33rd St.
New York, NY 10001 
Fax: 212-621-1679

Bureau Chief
Howard Goldberg

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AP Member Newspapers in New York

Albany Times Union

The Amsterdam Recorder

Auburn Citizen

Batavia Daily News

(Binghamton) Press & Sun Bulletin

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

The Buffalo News

(Canandaigua) Daily Messenger

The (Catskill) Daily Mail

The Corning Leader

Cortland Standard

Dunkirk Observer

(Elmira) Star-Gazette

(Geneva) Finger Lakes Times

Glens Falls Post Star

Gloversville Leader-Herald

Herkimer Evening Telegram

Hornell Tribune

Hudson Register Star

The Ithaca Journal

Jamestown Post-Journal

Kingston Freeman

Little Falls Daily Times

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Long Island Business News

Long Island Press

Malone Telegram

Massena Courier-Observer

(Medina) The Journal-Register

Middletown Times Herald-Record


(New York) Daily News

(New York) El Diaio/La Prensa

New York Law Journal

New York Post

The New York Times

Niagara Gazette

(Norwich) The Evening Sun

The Ogdensburg Journal

Olean Times Herald

The Oneida Daily Dispatch

(Oneonta) The Daily Star

(Oswego) The Palladium Times

Plattsburgh Press-Republican

Poughkeepsie Journal

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

Rome Sentinel

(Saranac Lake) The Adirondack Daily Enterprise


Schenectady Gazette

Staten Island Advance

(Syracuse) The Post-Standard

Tonawanda News

Troy Record

Utica Observer-Dispatch

Watertown Daily Times

Wellsville Reporter

(White Plains) The Journal News


The Associated Press in New York State

The Associated Press in New York provides news in all formats to more than 70 newspapers and 150 broadcasters around the state. The staff of about 50 people includes reporters, editors, photographers, technology specialists and administrative assistants. The Metro bureau in New York coordinates coverage of the city, Long Island and Westchester County. The Albany bureau edits and transmits news and sports stories and photos from the rest of the state. Staff includes a Syracuse sportswriter, a business writer- correspondent in Rochester and a three-person Buffalo bureau covering news and sports in the western part of the state.

The Associated Press is the oldest and largest news organization in the world, serving as a source of news, photos, graphics, audio and video for more than one billion people a day. In the U.S. alone, AP serves 5,000 radio and TV stations and 1,700 newspapers.



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