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AP To Offer More Election Content For Station Websites As Part Of Renewed Deal With Skyview.

Appetite for political news will be healthy this year, and as voting gets underway this month in the first primary contests, the Associated Press is reaching out to radio stations that want to amplify their websites and serve up the same sort of content that local TV stations and newspapers typically provide. The AP is offering election results and maps as part of its expanded agreement with syndicator Skyview Networks.

“We are pleased to bring AP’s gold standard election data to radio affiliates through Skyview Networks,” AP Vice President Sara Trohanis said in a statement. “AP has counted the vote and declared winners in every U.S. presidential election since 1848, and we look forward to providing accurate, trusted results to the world once again in 2024.”

Skyview affiliates will have access to live vote count maps, declared winners, and delegate counts in every major party primary and caucus event in the 2024 presidential race. They will also have the opportunity to design their own visualization dashboard for what best suits their needs.

“Our newly extended agreement with the Associated Press lifts our network opportunities to new heights,” said Jeanne-Marie Condo, Skyview Networks’ President of Network Partnerships and Chief Revenue Officer. “AP’s expansive portfolio of news coverage and short-form inventory is a beacon for advertisers seeking the highest of standards in network reach,” she said in the joint announcement.

The latest deal between the Associated Press and Skyview Networks is a continuation of an arrangement that began in January 2021.

“As part of our renewed agreement with AP, we’ll be collaborating on additional opportunities to grow the audio segment of their diverse and global business so that more of their valuable services are available to radio broadcasters and audio consumers,” Skyview President/CEO Steve Jones said.

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