AP offers a number of additional services for publishers, newsrooms and corporations, including content delivery, production software and metadata tagging.
For more than 170 years, the Associated Press, the world’s most trusted source of independent information, has delivered in-depth and accurate intelligence to federal and state government. Whether your goal is to enhance your agency’s internal knowledge and awareness or to educate an external audience, AP Government services provide fast and reliable facts tailored to meet your individual needs.
The Associated Press’ Event-Driven Data (AP EDD) for analytics is a suite of Machine Readable News (MRN) feeds designed to instantly provide trading firms and financial institutions with macro-economic news. Access the full suite of our Financial Services here.
Editorial Planning Database
AP Planner is a comprehensive future events database that allows editorial teams to research up to a year's worth of scheduled upcoming events. The 70,000-plus items in more than a hundred categories cover news conferences, political events, legislative activities, entertainment events, financial announcements, and more. It is used by newspapers, broadcasters, websites and government departments to understand what issues are likely to influence future news cycles. Visit applanner.com for more on AP Planner.
AP Metadata Services is a new automated service that applies rich semantic metadata to news content. It’s comprised of two components: AP News Taxonomy, a classification system designed specifically for use by news publishers and the AP Tagging Service that employs semantic rules to news content.
AP Telecom (APT)
AP Telecom (APT) is a delivery service from the AP that transmits stories, releases and photos directly into newsrooms at media outlets around the world. APT delivers content on behalf of news companies, syndicates and public relations newswires. Text stories are delivered through the same network through which AP news is distributed, giving editors seamless access to all their content sources.
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