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Clean Up Your Copy

Recorded on December 15, 2016

AP style — it’s the industry standard, and an ever-evolving set of rules that journalists need to understand and follow. Amber Krosel, a member of the American Copy Editors Society, will get you caught up on recent changes to the stylebook, as well as old standards that routinely trip up reporters and editors.

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Meet the Presenter … 

Amber Krosel is director of community content for GateHouse Media’s Center for News & Design in Austin, Texas. Her team processes community-based content for more than 160 newspapers, all in AP Style and covering everything from calendar briefs to rewriting news releases, editing columns and typing up police blotter. Krosel is a member of the American Copy Editors Society and has a master’s degree in public affairs reporting from the University of Illinois Springfield, in addition to reporting and news editing experience with daily and weekly newspapers across Illinois.