AP names Castillo, Bambuck to key LatAm leadership posts

This combo of two shows Associated Press video journalist Maeva Bambuck in Beirut, Lebanon, and Associated Press acting bureau chief for Mexico and Central America Eduardo Castillo in Mexico City. Bambuck has been named the AP's Planning Director for Latin America and the Caribbean. Castillo has been appointed AP's Deputy News Director for Production in Latin America and the Caribbean. (AP Photo)MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Associated Press has named two experienced journalists to help lead its award-winning coverage of Latin America, rounding out an all-formats management team that will promote visual, digital-friendly storytelling and cutting-edge enterprise tailored to the needs of customers.


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