According to the Miami Herald, Noelle Knox, a national real estate reporter for USA Today, has rejoined The Associated Press to help create and lead a new real estate and home news service. The appointment was announced Wednesday by Kristin Gazlay, AP’s managing editor for financial news and global training.
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Knox, who has 18 years of business reporting experience, will help launch the service in the first half of the year. It will offer a comprehensive menu of breaking news, news-driven features, service articles, multimedia and data.
The real estate and home service is the first targeted news product from AP’s newly created Financial and Business News division. The division is responsible for AP’s financial news coverage and for developing new content products to satisfy the needs of print, digital, broadcast and commercial customers.