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The Associated Press Stylebook has made numerous updates around inclusive language. We’re highlighting some of the recent changes to use in future storytelling.
Plain writing helps audiences take less time to read and understand.
Tips for communicators navigating the pros and cons of AI in the workplace.
Learn about how both writing styles differ on the Oxford comma, em dashes, numbers, titles, and more.
More than 1,000 public relations professionals were surveyed this spring about their usage of artificial intelligence in the workplace for a study by MuckRack, a media database organization.
Understanding what reporters want out of a quote can help you develop talking points that include the vibrant language reporters are seeking.
Learn expert tips for crafting a relatable, compelling narrative around your research stories.
Expert tips to use bridging phrases in your next media interview.
Depending on the type of communication, the University uses AP Style or Chicago Style. Do you make any of these AP Style mistakes?
A new report on the state of journalism in 2023 was recently released by the media database organization Muck Rack.
Create inclusive content with the help of style and reference guides.