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In a memo to staff on Wednesday, U.S. News Director Josh Hoffner
announced several promotions and hires across the United States:
The Associated Press is reinventing how it cooperates with its member news organizations and nonprofits with the expansion of AP StoryShare, a tool that allows them to share content and collaborate.
The Associated Press worked with nearly two dozen Colorado news organizations to tell the story of the state’s battle against the coronavirus using AP StoryShare, a tool that allows newsrooms to share content and coverage plans.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced the team of reporters across the U.S. and in the nation’s capital who will cover the 2020 presidential race for The Associated Press.