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EDITORS: As the New York-New Jersey Super Bowl approaches, The Associated Press is offering a multi-format series, exploring its uniqueness, strategy and potential as a groundbreaking NFL event. Going forward, the AP will provide stories for immediate release over 13 weeks. In a cycle that started Nov. 7, the AP will publish a series of stories — at least one per week — through Feb. 2, the day of the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. For questions, please call (212) 621-1630. For repeats, call the service desk at (800) 838-4616. Below is a rundown of December's stories: FBN--SUPER BOWL 2014-UFC'S MISSION NEW YORK — A closer look at the world of mixed martial arts and the phenomena that it now is globally. In February, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, still pushing to be legal in New York, will hold its biggest event in New Jersey, trying to ride the NFL's coattails a bit as the Super Bowl will be played six miles away the following...
EDITORS: TECHNOLOGY EDITORS: BUSINESS EDITORS: FEATURES EDITORS: The Associated Press is producing a series of gift guides covering various technology gadgets and services, including game consoles, e-readers, PCs and accessories. In addition, the AP has expanded its reviews of products during the holiday season to cover mobile devices and other gadgets from Apple, Google, Samsung and other companies. To help with planning, here are some of the stories that may be of interest for holiday-related sections. Questions on story plans to Anick Jesdanun at email@example.com or 212-621-7325. For photos, call 212-621-1900. Expanded AP content can be obtained from http://www.apexchange.com. For access to AP Exchange and other technical issues, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-836-9477. Here's a look at some of the upcoming gift guides and reviews: DIGITAL LIFE-TECH TEST-CONSOLES BEYOND GAMES LOS ANGELES — The Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 have...
The 911 tapes in the Newtown school shooting are punctuated by gunshots, but one woman who was shot in the foot is remarkably while talking to dispatchers as the shooting continues.