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Brian Carovillano

The Associate Press
Vice President, US News
Brian Carovillano is vice president for U.S. News at The Associated Press in New York. Carovillano joined AP in 2000 and worked as a reporter and editor in Rhode Island, Boston and San Francisco. In 2008 he became regional editor for the southern U.S., based in Atlanta and overseeing operations and coverage across 13 states. He led AP's award-winning coverage of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In 2010, he moved to Bangkok, Thailand to lead AP's journalism in the Asia-Pacific region. His tenure saw AP expand its footprint in the region by opening new bureaus in North Korea and Myanmar, and win awards for its coverage of Japan's 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis. In 2014, Carovillano became managing editor for U.S. News, overseeing bureaus and regional hubs across the 50 U.S. states. He worked at newspapers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts before joining AP. He is a graduate of Maine's Colby College and a 2010 Sulzberger Fellow at Columbia University.

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