Share and Share Alike: A New Tool From AP is Helping New York’s Local News Outlets Spread Their Stories More Widely

A few years ago, during some routine staff turnover, the Associated Press Albany bureau temporarily went dark. That meant that, according to Cortland Standard managing editor Todd McAdam, the only state wire stories that his Finger Lakes newspaper was seeing from AP were about New York City, 200 miles away. While stories about Penn Station renovations and subway issues are important, they’re mostly irrelevant to Cortland-based readers.

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