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A LETTER FROM THE CEO The American Press Institute was founded in 1946 to train journalists throughout their careers with the skills they might need […]
Journalism has the power to connect our communities, to bring out the best in what our society can be. Our goal is to help us all get there.
The American Press Institute officially unveiled new branding and messaging today, and relaunched its main website to provide users with a better experience and to more clearly emphasize its support for local and community-based media.
It’s been a busy year for us: we resumed our in-person summits, expanded our training portfolio, revised our look and messaging, and offered numerous grants, products and programs to journalists.
TOP NEWS THIS WEEK On Wednesday, the Canadian government announced a deal with Google that will see the tech company pay roughly $100 million to […]
OFF THE TOP You might have heard: Meta ban has been rough, but Google ban would be worse, say small news outlets, analysts (CBC) But […]
OFF THE TOP You might have heard: On the front lines of the local news crisis, a lot of pain but some reason for hope […]
OFF THE TOP You might have heard: How a small-town feud in Kansas sent a shock through American journalism (The Washington Post) But did you […]
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Over the past month, AP provided reporting tips on four different election topics: covering misinformation, election conspiracies, school boards and election office turnover. Covering elections […]
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