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Associated Press

ORGANIZATION

"Founded in 1846, The Associated Press is the backbone of the world's information system serving thousands of daily newspaper, radio, television and online customers with coverage in all media and news in all formats. It is the largest and oldest news organization in the world, serving as a source of news, photos, graphics, audio and video for more than one billion people a day."

Official Website:
http://www.ap.org/

Location:
New York City

Founding Date:
1846

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Batten
Publisher
11-Feb-1927 10-Sep-2009 Founder, The Weather Channel
Louis D. Boccardi
Journalist
c. 1938   CEO of Associated Press, 1985-2003
William R. Burleigh
Business
6-Sep-1935   CEO of EW Scripps, 1996-2000
Dennis J. FitzSimons
Business
26-Jun-1950   CEO of Tribune Co., 2003-07
Victor F. Ganzi
Business
14-Feb-1947   CEO of Hearst
Philip Geyelin
Journalist
27-Feb-1923 9-Jan-2004 Former editor, The Washington Post
George B. Irish
Business
?   President of Hearst Newspapers
Boisfeuillet Jones, Jr.
Publisher
1946   Washington Post publisher, 2000-08
William J. Keating
Publisher
30-Mar-1927   Cincinnati Enquirer chairman, 1974-92
Willard M. Kiplinger
Journalist
8-Jan-1891 6-Aug-1967 Kiplinger Washington Editors
Tom C. Korologos
Diplomat
16-Apr-1933   US Ambassador to Belgium, 2004-07
Carl Leubsdorf
Journalist
17-Mar-1938   Dallas Morning News
Kenneth W. Lowe
Business
c. 1950   CEO of EW Scripps
Barry C. Lynn
Journalist
20-Aug-1961   Cornered: The New Monopoly Capitalism
John W. Madigan
Business
7-Jun-1937   CEO of Tribune Co., 1995-2002
Douglas H. McCorkindale
Business
c. 1939   CEO of Gannett, 2000-05
Al Neuharth
Journalist
22-Mar-1924   Founder of USA Today
Donald Newhouse
Publisher
1929   Advance Newspapers billionaire
Steven O. Newhouse
Business
c. 1957   Chairman of Advance.Net
Burl Osborne
Publisher
25-Jun-1937 15-Aug-2012 Dallas Morning News
Gary B. Pruitt
Business
c. 1957   President and CEO of Associated Press
James Reston
Journalist
3-Nov-1909 6-Dec-1995 The New York Times
Marjorie Scardino
Business
25-Jan-1947   CEO of Pearson
Joseph H. Short
Government
11-Feb-1904 18-Sep-1952 Harry S. Truman's press secretary
William Dean Singleton
Business
1951   Texan newspaper mogul
John Vinocur
Journalist
?   International Herald Tribune correspondent
David Westin
Business
c. 1952   President of ABC News


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