AP boosts customer choice with new live video replay ability
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AP boosts customer choice with new live video replay ability

The Associated Press today announced a new feature that allows live video customers to access live event coverage for up to a week after it's delivered.

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This screen shot shows a selection of content available through Replay. (AP Photo

The new feature, Replay, offers AP member news organizations and customers on-demand access to a wide range of video content from around the world.

Recent offerings include extensive coverage of ongoing demonstrations across the U.S. and the globe to protest systemic racism and police brutality, the 2020 U.S. presidential election, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Replay is available for all events on AP’s multichannel Live Choice service. The replayed content is delivered through the existing live video delivery infrastructure with no new customer setup needed.  

The curated Replay pages on AP delivery platforms offer “Editors’ Choice” and popular topic selections for fast access to long-form content.

With more than 1,000 live events per month offered across its live channels, AP is the trusted source of live video for global media organizations, offering extensive breaking and spot news coverage, and lifestyle, technology and cultural events.

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Patrick Maks
Senior Media Relations Associate
The Associated Press