July 12, 2014 12:59 AM ET

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Company Overview of The Associated Press, Inc.

Company Overview

The Associated Press, Inc. operates a global news network that focus on finding, reporting, and distributing news. The company delivers various news categories, including general news, breaking news, enterprise stories, history, politics, travel, entertainment, lifestyle, sports, business audio, news events, weather, fashion, human interests, financial, technology, and more. It offers various categories of products and services, including audio, graphics/interactives, multimedia, photos, text, and video news content to newspapers, TV channels, applications, radio stations, Websites, magazines, and online and mobile platforms for businesses and consumers. The company also offers various addit...

450 West 33rd Street

New York, NY 10001

United States

Founded in 1846

Phone:

212-621-1500

Fax:

212-621-7520

Key Executives for The Associated Press, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 56
Managing Editor of Sports Entertainment and Multimedia
Senior Managing Editor
Senior Managing Editor
Age: 60
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Age: 58
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

The Associated Press, Inc. Key Developments

AP Names Lamia Radi as Chief of its Arabic Language Service

Lamia Radi, a veteran journalist who has reported on war and transformation for three decades throughout the Middle East, has been appointed as the new chief of AP's Arabic language service. Radi is moving to Cairo from Dubai, where she worked for Sky News Arabia. In the past she reported for Agence France-Presse and the ANSA, from postings in Cairo, Beirut and Geneva. Radi brings a wealth of experience and understanding of this turbulent region's news and history - and also the changing needs of its print, online and broadcast markets. Radi was an online reporter with Sky News Arabia and for a time ran the broadcaster's website. And she has held AFP postings in Cairo and Beirut, where she was deputy bureau chief. Over the years she has covered war zones including Iraq, the Palestinian territories and Eritrea.

Associated Press Wins $1,350,855.83 Federal Contract

Associated Press won a $1,350,855.83 federal contract from the U.S. Department of State's Office of Acquisitions, Arlington, Va., for enhanced photographic multimedia services.

The Associated Press Announces Executive Changes

The Associated Press is naming broadcast executive David Gwizdowski as its senior vice president responsible for revenue in the Americas region and promoting Karen Kaiser to senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary. Gwizdowski's appointment is part of a restructuring that puts all revenue functions in the Americas under a single director.

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