upstart mobile video service that has carved out a name for itself as a
crucial tool for eyewitnesses to record and transmit footage of major
events — be they political uprisings,
bombings or a star sighting — is today announcing another step along
the route to becoming a part and parcel of the traditional media world.
It’s taking an investment from the Associated Press,
the storied news organization that works with dozens of newspapers,
websites and broadcasters to source and report on the news of the world.