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AP: A Legacy of Innovation
Transcript of AP: A Legacy of Innovation
AP uses sources, telegraph to transmit
President Lincoln’s inaugural speech to newspapers the same day
AP wins its first Pulitzer Prize
Our journalists have since won 50 more.
APTV founded, establishing its
headquarters in London.
AP launches its Mobile app, the latest innovation in digital news delivery.
AP completes transition to High Definition video.
A legacy of innovation
Using new technology, AP photographers transmit first photos of Pope Benedict’s farewell appearance.
AP takes ownership stake in live video streaming service Bambuser.
AP creates WirePhoto, allowing photographers to send images from disaster scenes, the World Series and war zones.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department put American citizens under surveillance and scrutinized where they ate, prayed and worked, not because of charges of wrongdoing but because of their ethnicity, according to interviews and documents obtained by The Associated Press.