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Survey For TV Freelancers Starts In July
06/08/2007 // EUGENE, OR – Kathleen Ryan, a graduate student working on her Ph.D at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication, is doing a survey to study the use of freelance television photographers and she...
Chebotayev Print Auction Will Benefit His Survivors
06/04/2007 // NEW YORK, NY – World Picture Network editorial director Carlo Montali says WpN has established an online auction of 15 of slain photojournalist Dmitry Chebotayev's photographs to...
Revenue, Technology, Will Determine Photojournalism’s Online Future
06/04/2007 // PORTLAND, OR – The future of online photojournalism and how it is published on the Web will be determined by what happens with the next version of the Internet and revenue, the managing editor for multimedia for Washingtonpost.com and Newsweek...
NPPA Honors, Awards, Presented At Portland Photojournalism Summit
06/03/2007 //  PORTLAND, OR – The National Press Photographers Association's Honors and Recognitions Committee tonight presented awards to the top winners of the 2007 Best Of Photojournalism photography, television, Web, and editing contests, as well as...
Photojournalism Ethics: "The Problem Seems To Be A Lot Deeper"
06/02/2007 // By Donald R. Winslow© 2007 News Photographer magazine PORTLAND, OR – "History demands accuracy," a panel discussing recent photojournalism ethical incidents and the future of photojournalism ethics in the new world...
The Face Of A News Photographer: Larry Crewell
06/01/2007 // By Donald R. WinslowBLOOMINGTON, IN – The former chief photographer for The Herald-Telephone and The Herald-Times, Larry J. Crewell, died Sunday May 27 in Bloomington, IN. He was 70 and retired from the paper in...
Multimedia Immersion Students Learn Audio, Video, Start Shooting Stories
05/31/2007 // By Donald R. WinslowPORTLAND, OR – NPPA's Multimedia Immersion bootcamp got off to a fast start Thursday on the second day of the four-day seminar when students learned how to do audio and how to shoot and edit video. After the all-...
NPPA Board Passes $1.6M Annual Budget, Elects National Officers
05/30/2007 // PORTLAND, OR – The National Press Photographers Association's annual two-day business meeting of the board of directors at the Photojournalism Summit and Multimedia Immersion program in Portland concluded on Wednesday evening with the election of...
Long: "Digital Alteration Is Destroying The Credibility Of Photojournalism"
05/29/2007 // PORTLAND, OR – The chairman of NPPA’s Ethics & Standards Committee appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America on Sunday morning to talk about the ethics of digitally altering photographs. The discussion became a national topic of conversation again...
NPPA's Photojournalism Summit & Multimedia Immersion Program This Week
05/28/2007 // DURHAM, NC – Walk-in registration will still be available for the National Press Photographers Association’s Photojournalism Summit and Multimedia Immersion Program in Portland, OR, on May 30 through June 2, 2007. The Photojournalism Summit offers...

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