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AP names Paul Caluori vice president of global products

New York, NY. Dec 10th 2014. AP's Corporate Headshots in the NYC Headquarters. Photography By Christopher Lane AP


The Associated Press announced today the appointment of Paul Caluori as its new vice president of global products. Caluori, who has overseen AP’s digital services since 2010, will be responsible for creating and managing AP product offerings that drive revenue growth.

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AP Vice President of Global Products Paul Caluori. (AP Photo)

“Paul has been at the leading edge of the AP’s digital products approach.  In that time, he has worked closely and directly with many of our important customers in all facets of our business,” said David Gwizdowski, AP senior vice president for revenue, Americas. “We’re privileged to have his leadership and market knowledge guiding the team.”

Reporting to Gwizdowski and Daisy Veerasingham, senior vice president for revenue, international, Caluori will provide global product strategy while leading a team responsible for product development, delivery and operations.

“I can’t imagine a more energizing opportunity than to lead the AP’s dynamic products team during this time of rapid evolution in news and media,” Caluori said. “As devices, platforms and consumption change, this talented group will make sure that AP’s trusted news will be there, in all formats, keeping the world informed.”

Caluori has been acting director of global products since June. Previously he served as the news cooperative’s global director of digital services, leading the introduction and growth of AP’s Digital News Experiences and the consolidation AP’s mobile, web and white-label network offerings.

During his tenure at AP, he has managed the delivery of AP content from national syndicates to newspapers and radio stations, and directed the news agency’s advertising management service. Caluori joined AP in a business development role in 1998.

Caluori graduated from Williams College and is an alumni of the prestigious Columbia Journalism School’s Sulzberger Executive Leadership Program for news media executives. He succeeds Joy Jones, who resigned earlier this year.


Lauren Easton
Director of Media Relations
The Associated Press

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