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AP Makes Changes Within Its Video Leadership

Vaughn Morrison

Vaughn Morrison

Denise Vance

Denise Vance

The Associated Press today announced several changes within its video leadership. Denise Vance, deputy director of U.S. video, will be head of U.S. video and radio, and Vaughn Morrison, a former CNN and Fox executive, was named earlier this month head of U.S. video production. Both are based in DC.

The announcement also named Derl McCrudden, previously head of video newsgathering, head of international video news for The Associated Press. He is based in London.

Debora Gorbutt, head of video content development, will now have a hand in the AP Middle East Extra, a new video service offering video content centered on news most relevant to the region.

For the full announcement, click here.

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AP’s Vance Gets Promoted

This just in from AP public relations department:
Kevin Roach, AP’s vice president and director of U.S. Broadcast News, announced the promotion of Denise Vance in Washington today.

WASHINGTON (AP) – Denise Vance has been named Deputy Director of U.S. Broadcast News for the Associated Press.

She will be responsible for leading the daily newsgathering and production for the AP’s U.S. broadcast operation in Washington, which includes Online Video, AP Television News, AP Radio and the AP Broadcast Wire.

Vance has held various management positions at the AP’s broadcast operation since transferring to Washington in 1997. She joined the AP as a video producer in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1994. Vance had earlier worked at CNN’s international desk in Atlanta.