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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 ...
Getty Images Pledges Revisions to $49 "Web Res" License
09/26/2007 // ATLANTA, GA - Just two weeks ago, Getty Images announced their $49 "Web use" license product. In response, a growing coalition of artists' groups led by Stock Artists Alliance (SAA) [of which the National Press Photographers Association is a member...
Gerda Taro: A Life Cut Short, Leaving A Rich Array Of War Photographs
09/26/2007 // Gerda Taro, opening today through January 6, 2008, at the International Center of Photography, 1133 Avenue of the Americas (at 43rd Street), New York, NY, +1.212.857,0000, www.icp.org.By Stephen Wolgast NEW YORK, NY - When the...
News Photographers Face Trial In Toledo For Covering Nazi Rally
09/25/2007 // TOLEDO, OH - Photojournalists Jeffrey Sauger and Jim West are scheduled to go on trial today on charges of criminal trespass and failure to disperse following their arrests in...
Arkansas Group Lacks Authority To Claim High School Sports Photos' Copyright
09/24/2007 // This article appeared in the September 23, 2007, edition of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette's Opinion section:By Jack ZiblukIn a media-saturated environment where everybody with a Myspace or Facebook page can take and post pictures of...
Michigan Photojournalists Raising Money For New Gillette Scholarship Fund
09/24/2007 // ANN ARBOR, MI - Some Michigan photojournalists are raising money to fund a new scholarship at the University of Michigan in honor of one of their photojournalism peers and classmates, Kristoffer Gillette, who died...

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