The AP Metadata Service that has internally powered the Associated Press' award-winning news operation is now available to third-party developers and publishers. The service is aimed at publishers looking to "add rich metadata to their content, enabling them to connect their customers with more relevant news and information." The AP delivers the Metadata service in a cloud-based offering via a set of APIs associated with the organizations news content.
||The Crowdynews Control REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Crowdynews Control with other applications. The API lets publishers have more control over the...||Aggregation||05.29.2016|
||The Crowdynews Content REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Crowdynews Content with other applications. The API lets publishers have more control over the social...||Aggregation||05.29.2016|
||The URL Meta API retrieves the details of URLs. A call to the API returns a breakdown of the parameters – such as page title, logo, page URL, image, description, and content type – that constitute a...||URLs||05.22.2016|
CityFALCON Financial News
||CityFALCON offers foreign exchange, commodities, and stocks services by providing portfolios with a variety of online publications. This information is based on the user's trading preferences. The...||Financial||05.15.2016|
Bing News Search
||The Bing News Search API returns a list of world news from a search query which can be filtered by local news, topic, and searchable metadata. Results include information such as authoritative images...||Search||05.13.2016|