AP Launches Mobile News Network in Latin America and U.S.

The Associated Press is extending its AP Mobile News Network throughout the Americas.

AP Mobile America Latina offers Latin American news sources to consumers in two ways: AP Mobile en Español is available in the U.S. to those who want international, national and local news in Spanish. AP Mobile Latina is available to users throughout Latin America and presents regional, national and world news from AP and participating partners.

The launch coincides with Inter-American Press Association (IAPA) assembly in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Among the partners providing regional news is RBS Group of Brazil.


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