On any given day, more than half the world's population sees news from AP.
AP serves 1,700 newspapers and 5,000 radio and television outlets in the United States as well as newspaper, radio and television subscribers internationally.
Over the past decade, AP has also sold a selection of its text, photo, audio and video reports to commercial online operations, both closed-end desktops (the Information Services business) and open Web sites (the Digital business).
The Associated Press employs some of the best and most experienced journalists in the world. Each is dedicated to the same standards — fairness, balance and accuracy. With a robust network of more than 3,700 employees around the world, AP provides breaking news coverage and compelling enterprise pieces that can’t be found anywhere else.
AP’s news report reflects the full breadth of international, national, state, sports, business and entertainment news and AP’s specialized coverage is widely used at length on newspaper section fronts across the United States and around the world.
AP has announced an exciting step in pursuit of providing members and clients with Web and digital platform ready news and information. By the fourth quarter of 2010, AP will deliver news to U.S. newspaper members online, and off our aging and limited satellite network.
The AP Digital Delivery project Web site can be accessed here. While their initial focus is to migrate AP members to this innovative delivery platform first, all AP customers subscribed to text, photo and graphics services will be completed over the next two years.
Member Choice Member Choice is a new pricing and content packaging program that simplifies and broadens member access to AP content.
. AP Exchange - AP Exchange is a powerful online tool that offers newspaper editors and reporters access to AP’s vast pool of content – with the ability to search , scan and download - so they can create the AP report that is the most meaningful to their beat, story or market.