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Media Photo Boycott Of Cricket Australia Continues Over Credentials, Rights
11/08/2007 // NEW YORK, NY - Journalists from the Associated Press in all media - text, photography, and video - will not cover the first Test match between Sri Lank and Australia in Brisbane until a dispute between news organizations and Cricket Australia (CA)...
Photojournalist Chris Usher Wins Lost Images Lawsuit Against Corbis
11/07/2007 // NEW YORK, NY (November 7, 2007) - Photographer Chris Usher has won his lawsuit against Corbis Corporation for the loss of some 12,640 analog images, his lawyer Edward C. Greenberg said from Manhattan today,...
Associated Press Will Not Cover Australian Cricket In Credential, Rights Dispute
11/07/2007 // NEW YORK, NY - Journalists from the Associated Press in all media - text, photography, and video - will not cover the first Test match between Sri Lank and Australia in Brisbane until a dispute between news organizations and Cricket Australia (CA)...
David Nielsen, 49
11/07/2007 // MARYSVILLE, CA - NPPA member David Forest Nielsen, a photojournalist who nurtured family while eternalizing images of Sacramento Valley history, died on Monday, November 5."Photojournalism lost a...
Scott Highton's Google Lecture On Panoramic VR Is Now Online
11/06/2007 //  SAN CARLOS, CA - Panoramic and VR photographer Scott Highton, the first outside photographer brought in by Apple Inc. to use, evaluate, and test QuickTime VR, has presented a talk on Panoramic VR photography at...
News Agencies Set To Boycott Cricket Australia Over Credential, Payment, Dispute
11/06/2007 // NEW YORK, NY - The Associated Press said today that AP, Reuters, and Agence France-Press will not cover the first cricket Test match between Australia and Sri Lanka in Australia because of a dispute with Cricket Australia (CA) over the terms and...
Mullady Named NPPA Student Quarterly Clip Contest College POY
11/05/2007 // SPOKANE, WA - San Francisco State University's Michael Mullady won three of four categories in the fourth quarter of the National Press Photographers Association's Student Quarterly Clip Contest to earn the title of...
Phoenix Helicopter Photographer's Family Launch Jim Cox Foundation
11/05/2007 // AUSTIN, TX - The parents and sisters of television photojournalist Jim Cox, a KTVK-TV photographer killed on July 27 when two news helicopters collided midair over Phoenix, AZ, and crashed into a city park, killing...
Newspapers, IPA, Sue IHSA For Free Press Rights
11/02/2007 // SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Press Association says that it has filed a lawsuit against the Illinois High School Association in an effort to overturn a rule that limits access to school sporting events and the use of photographs taken at those...
Publishers Ask For Permission To File Briefs In Greenberg v. National Geographic
11/02/2007 // By Mickey H. Osterreicher, Esq.BUFFALO, NY - In a move that brings together some of the same actors from The New York Times v. Tasini case, a group of high-profile publishers and media corporations have sought permission from the...

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