TechCrunch: Twitter partners with AP and Reuters to address misinformation on its platform

TechCrunch: Twitter partners with AP and Reuters to address misinformation on its platform. “Through the new agreements, Twitter’s Curation team will be able to leverage the expertise of the partnered organizations to add more context to the news and trends that circulate across Twitter, as well as aid with the company’s use of public service announcements during high-visibility events, misinformation labels and more.”

AP Is Experimenting with Livestreams

More journalism and experimenting: the AP is experimenting with livestreams. “The amount of live video output produced by The Associated Press (AP) increased by 25 per cent last year, to 2,073 live stories and events covered between October and December, compared to 1,605 during the same period in 2014.”

AP Puts Historic News On YouTube

The AP has put a million minutes of history on YouTube. “Associated Press, in company with British Movietone, has released a million minutes of historic world news on to two YouTube channels. The collection of more than 550,000 digitised video stories dates from 1895 to the present day and it is claimed to be the largest upload of historical news content on the video-sharing platform.” Entirely free to access as far as I can tell.