Posted October 14, 2018 06:17:28 The latest in free-wheeling, non-stop political media.
The Associated Press created a new category called Citizen Free Media to recognize the diverse and innovative media outlets that exist to inform, inform and inform.
Here’s how it works: A user creates an account and chooses one of two types of free media to publish on their website: news and opinion.
The user then submits articles to each of these categories.
Once a user’s article is approved, the user can continue publishing, according to AP.
The AP’s new category is the Citizen Freet Press.CFP is the new name for the category of free-ranging, independent media.
It’s a catch-all term that describes media that has been deemed worthy of being included in the same category.
The AP calls it the “unofficial” category, meaning it’s not technically part of the official definition of free speech.
“The AP is pleased to support the emerging, independent journalism that is being pushed in the United States and around the world,” said David Siegel, AP vice president for content.
“This category is a step toward more diverse coverage that will allow us to offer more voices to the public.”AP News Editor Eric Lichtblau explained that the AP’s mission is to provide accurate, up-to-date information about the world.
“We are proud to be a part of a movement that is expanding the discourse in the news, with a focus on reporting that is independent, nonpartisan, fair and balanced,” Lichtbauer said in a statement.
“Our work as a free press allows for this kind of discourse to flourish.
We want to support and empower all voices in our news coverage, as well as our citizens.”
For example, the AP also created the new category Citizen Free Radio, which is an independent podcast, radio program and blog aimed at exposing corruption in American politics.
The news category will remain open until October 28, 2018, the date of the 2020 Census, the official census of population that is conducted every 10 years.