News Archive

Don't Miss The 50th Annual Flying Short Course, Register Online Now
10/03/2007 // DURHAM, NC – Not since U.S. Air Force Major William Lookadoo took one of his shiny, silver C-47 transport planes and hauled the first set of NPPA “short course” speakers to Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and...
WHNPA's "Surviving The Digital Challenge" This Saturday In DC
10/02/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - The White House News Photographers Association and American University’s School of Communication will present a one day seminar on the dramatic changes in the news industry brought about by developing technology and the growing...
Supreme Court Upholds Ruling For Peter Turnley, Harper's Magazine
10/02/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of photojournalist Peter Turnley and Harper's Magazine by upholding a March 2007 decision of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which found that...
VII Agency Workshop In Pasadena In November
10/01/2007 // LOS ANGELES, CA- The VII Agency workshop will be in Pasadena, CA, again this year at the Art Center College of Design on November 3 and 4, 2007, with workshops that include multimedia, photographer presentations, panel discussions, and training...
Darrell Barton, Still Photographer?
10/01/2007 //  CHILLICOTHE, MO- If you asked most folks in journalism if they've ever heard of Darrell Barton, you're likely to hear references to The Legendary Darrell Barton, one of the world's premiere television news...
Sauger Found Guilty, West Not Guilty, In Toledo Trial
09/29/2007 // TOLEDO, OH - A Toledo jury found photojournalist Jeffrey Sauger guilty of criminal trespass and photojournalist Jim West not guilty of failure to disperse yesterday at the...
Bay Area Photojournalist Helps Injured Girl With Severed Arm
09/28/2007 // OAKLAND, CA - Television photojournalist Jim Foster was driving on his way to work at the Oakland bureau of KNTV NBC11 on Thursday when he came upon an eight car pile-up on Interstate 880 in Union City, CA. He saw...
Japanese Photojournalist Gunned Down In Myanmar Protests
09/27/2007 //  RANGOON, MYANMAR - Japanese photojournalist Kenji Nagai, 50, appeared to try to keep shooting video of panic-stricken protesters fleeing Burmese soldiers who were shooting at them, even after he was mortally shot...
Federal Shield Law, Cameras In Court, Make Progress On Capitol Hill
09/27/2007 // By Mickey H. OsterreicherNPPA's general legal counsel WASHINGTON, DC - Legislators made progress today on Capitol Hill dealing with two issues affecting journalists: cameras in the courts, and a proposed federal shield law.During a...
DuCille Named AME/Photography At The Washington Post
09/26/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Michel duCille has been named the assistant managing editor for photography at The Washington Post, executive editor Len ...

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