AP offers a variety of audio services, including the AP Radio Network (APRN), PrimeCuts and SoundBank. APRN delivers hundreds of audio cuts daily, allowing you to customize your broadcast. PrimeCuts provides soundbites from the past 72 hours, including actualities, correspondent reports, wraps and natural sound. Much like PrimeCuts, SoundBank provides access to AP’s vast audio library, containing millions of soundbites from as recent as 72 hours ago.
AP Radio Network
APRN provides audio news and information you need in a flexible, easy-to-use format that allows you to customize your broadcasts to your listeners' interests. APRN delivers hundreds of audio cuts every day, covering the latest in news, sports, business and entertainment. In addition, APRN offers three Special Events Channels for live, long-form coverage of press conferences, special events and major breaking news.
AP PrimeCuts gives you instant online access to all of AP’s soundbites from the past 72 hours, including up-to-the-minute sound. PrimeCuts provides hundreds of cuts each day, including actualities, correspondent reports, wraps and natural sound gathered by radio professionals, edited to radio’s production values and backed by AP's newsgathering resources. The fast, user-friendly search function makes it easy to find what you need. You can also skip searching and use AP’s Top Picks, the day’s most relevant audio clips.
AP SoundBank is an Internet-delivered archive of entertainment, lifestyle, news, sports and business audio. The ultimate production tool, SoundBank delivers sound from as recent as 72 hours ago. You can also search for historical audio from AP's vast audio library. SoundBank includes over one million actualities, correspondent reports, reporter Q&A, and natural sound. It is easily searchable and includes AP SoundDesk software, which provides digital audio storage, editing and playback capability.
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