National Press Photographers Association

Across an ever-changing media landscape, the NPPA has fought to promote and protect integrity and excellence in visual journalism for more than six decades.

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  • WOMEN IN PHOTOJOURNALISM: A NEW PERSPECTIVE

    After a six year break, the Women in Photojournalism conference entitled "A New Perspective" returns in Denver on August 15, 2015. To sign up or for more information visit the website.

  • MANAGEMENT SEMINAR FOR VISUAL EDITORS

    If your career goals include moving into a management position or if you’re currently in management and want to enhance your effectiveness, then this new program is ideal. For more information visit the website.

  • MONTHLY NEWS CLIP CONTEST: MARCH 2015 REGION 6

    Sports: 1st Place Matt Stamey, The Gainesville Sun

  • MONTHLY NEWS CLIP CONTEST: FEBRUARY 2015 REGION 1

    Spot News: 1st Place Kevin Bennett, Maine Edge

  • MONTHLY NEWS CLIP CONTEST: JAN 2015 REGION 5

    General News: 1st Place Andrew Link, Winona Daily News

Management Seminar for Visual Editors

Jul 25, 2015
Jul 26, 2015
Athens, GA
If your career goals include moving into a management position or if you’re currently in management and want to enhance your effectiveness, then this new program is ideal. Jointly sponsored by NPPA and the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, the two-day seminar will cost-effectively provide the insights and guidance you need to excel at team leadership, management, human resource and financial issues. The 10 hours of program content will be a mixture of presentations, interactive dialogue and practice exercises.

Women in Photojournalism: A New Perspective

Aug 15, 2015
Aug 15, 2015
Denver,CO
After a six year break, the conference entitled "A New Perspective" will be held in Denver on August 15, 2015. The all-female faculty includes Emmy, national Edward R. Murrow, and Pulitzer Prize winners. Sessions will have something for all visual journalists, from television reporters, to experts at online video, to print photojournalists.