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With high-quality graphics from AP, your websites and broadcasts draw in audiences by offering them a visually compelling way to understand breaking news and in-depth features.

AP GraphicsBank

AP GraphicsBank provides an extraordinary variety of visuals for on-air and online use, designed to add new dimension to today’s breaking news and tomorrow’s features. Use partial elements as a toolkit for creating your own graphics, or drop finished versions directly into your story.

With AP GraphicsBank, you don’t have to spend hours scouring the web for usable images, and you don't have to worry about copyright clearance. Instead, the graphics you need to tell the story on a wide variety of subjects are all available through a single password-protected website where you can search, browse and download quickly and easily.

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AP Interactives

AP Interactives are compelling story packages on the day’s top news, told through multimedia elements such as data-driven graphics, 3-D animations, photos and video. Content is continuously updated throughout the news cycle, bringing your audience back for new context and perspective on a wide range of global events. Four to six new interactive features are offered each week, including breaking news and enterprise stories on subjects such as sports, travel, politics and entertainment. AP’s researchers, graphic artists, photographers and editors do the work, freeing up your staff for other assignments.

Print Graphics from AP Images

AP Images gives you access to thousands of graphics—diagrams, maps, charts, logos and more—so that you have the visuals you need to round out a story or project, right when you need them. The AP Images website offers intuitive and fast search features, including 3-D browser capability that makes flipping through the database easier than ever. For more information, go to

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