2007 edition of the AP Stylebook now available
NEW YORK -- The 2007 edition of the AP Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law is now available, in both print and online versions.
Norm Goldstein, editor of the 2007 version, says there’s emphasis this year on the great functionality offered by subscription-based online access to The Associated Press standard-setting guidelines. “The online Stylebook provides searchable, instant access, with constant updates as well as notification of changes,” Goldstein says. “It also allows the addition of a user’s own entries to create a private stylebook.”
Here’s a sampling of revisions in the 2007 edition:
New entries include: African Union; airstrike; BlackBerry; Boogie; carry-on; Chennai; farmers market; female; GPS; headlines; hip-hop; homebuyer, homeowner; intefadah; Islamic holy days; Katmandu; mentally retarded; merger (Business); Mumbai; Swift boat.
Changes and updates include: Baha’i; datelines (Baghdad); daylight saving time; editor-in-chief; European Union; Fatah; Mexico; planets; plurals (Broadcast); RSVP; telephone numbers; U.S. time zones map; track and field (Sports); volleyball (Sports); headlines (Filing the Wire); Hold for Release slugs (Filing the Wire).
Deletions: husband, widower; Internet Search Tips; Laundromat; pupil, student; Serbia-Montenegro; U.S. Court of Military Appeals; Woman’s Christian Temperance Union.
Cost of the spiral-bound book is $17.95 for general orders, with discounts for members of the news cooperative. Go to http://www.apbookstore.com for details on pricing and ordering.
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