Graphiq and AP Partner for Interactive Content

The Associated Press and Graphiq Inc. have joined forces to increase the amount and variety of interactive content that the AP provides to its news subscribers. These data visualizations will be available to AP subscribers to provide deeper analysis for their online readership. AP will also include Graphiq’s content within top news stories.

The AP delivers news from around the world across all media platforms to thousands of customers. Graphiq, the leading provider of Web interactive elements, draws upon more than 30,000 data sources to make up an on-demand library of 10 billion assets.

The new joint initiative is in response to growing interest from the AP’s member news organizations in publishing interactive charts and graphs to enhance statistics focused on business, sports and entertainment-related stories.

There will be a seven-week beta period beginning in October and refinements to the joint effort will be made based on customer feedback.

Graphiq is a data aggregation and visualization company focused on turning complicated data into easily understandable presentations for viewers. For consumers, Graphiq operates a number of trusted vertical search engines, spanning tech gadgets (specout.com) and real estate (findthehome.com), to education (startclass.com) and government (insidegov.com). For publishers, the company offers several solutions for improving audience engagement with embeddable, contextually rich visualizations.

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