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Victor Vaughan Named AP National Photo Editor
02/15/2007 //  NEW YORK – Victor Vaughan, the assistant managing editor for presentation for The Arizona Daily Star, has been named national photo editor for The Associated Press, AP director of photography Santiago...
Call For Entries: 19th Annual Gordon Parks International Photography Competition
02/14/2007 //  FORT SCOTT, KS – The Gordon Parks Center for Culture and Diversity at Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, KS, has announced a Call For Entries in the 19th Annual Gordon Parks International Photo Competition. The competition...
Baker, Kattar, Win Top WHNPA TV Contest Titles
02/13/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC – The White House News Photographers Association announced this week that ITN photographer Dai Baker has been awarded 2007 Video Photographer of the Year in the “Eyes of History” video competition, and that ...
Wisconsin High School Athletics, Newspapers, Fight Over Photo Rights
02/12/2007 // RACINE, WI – Wisconsin newspaper photographers are only weeks away from covering their high school state basketball championships, and wrestling and swimming championships have already started, while in the background a fight is going on between the...
Spencer Platt Wins World Press Photo Top Honors
02/09/2007 //  AMSTERDAM – Spencer Platt of Getty Images has won the premier World Press Photo of the Year Award for 2006 in the 50th annual World Press Photo Contest for a picture that shows a...
Kalish Workshop Retools Program; Focuses On The Web, Multimedia
02/08/2007 // By Scott SinesMEMPHIS, TN – The program for this year’s Stan Kalish Picture Editing Workshop at Ball State University in June in Muncie, IN, has been rebuilt to address the challenges, opportunities, and struggles that visual...
David R. Metz Leaves Canon
02/08/2007 // LAKE SUCCESS, NY – Canon USA Inc.’s David R. Metz, a long-time friend and supporter of the National Press Photographers Association and its members and events, and of photojournalists worldwide, said today that he’s decided to leave...
Proposed Missouri Law Challenges NFL's TV Sidelines Ban
02/07/2007 // By Donald R. Winslow Is nothing sacred? Football and television are hot topics that can cross party lines and empty out church basements, at least in the "Show Me" state of Missouri and in the Bible Belt states Indiana and Ohio.In...
New Jailhouse Record: Josh Wolf Takes First Place With 169 Days
02/07/2007 // By Donald R. Winslow It’s a dubious achievement, but one that merits recognition nonetheless: Freelance journalist Josh Wolf has now spent more time in jail for contempt of court than any other...
UC Berkeley Journalism Student Wins Dorothea Lange Award
02/07/2007 // BERKELEY, CA  – Color photographs of farm workers in the fields, orchards, and labor camps of California's Central Valley have won Jeremy Rue, 25, the 2007 Dorothea Lange Fellowship. Rue is a...

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