WorldNow teams up with The Associated Press to deliver direct news feeds to member news organizations
NEW YORK – WorldNow, a leading online technology, content and revenue-solutions company for local media, has announced a new agreement with The Associated Press that allows WorldNow customers, who are AP members, direct access to enhanced AP Online content.
“AP’s dedication to us as a partner is exemplified in this agreement,” said Ross Cohen, vice president of business development at WorldNow. “Providing a seamless integration with direct access to AP’s content is an excellent opportunity for our stations.”
“This deal allows our clients easy access to AP’s outstanding and comprehensive news coverage,” said Bob Mischel, chief operating officer and chief financial officer of WorldNow. “It aligns with our goal to provide our clients with the best possible resources for supplementary content.”
“The relationship with WorldNow helps drive the value of AP content online with a faster, and more efficient content vehicle for WorldNow and its AP member clients,” said Dave Gwizdowski, AP’s director, broadcast markets for the Americas. “Our valued relationship with WorldNow dates back to its inception as a company, and this latest step will greatly increase the national and international news content on the AP member Web sites in the WorldNow network.”
The AP Online content features several hundred stories per day in the areas of national, international, entertainment, health, science, technology and other news. The stories are written specifically for Web publication and many include images and related news video.
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