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Times-Picayune's McCusker Sentenced To 6 Months Probation
12/15/2007 // NEW ORLEANS, LA - John McCusker, a staff photographer for the Times-Picayune, was placed on six months inactive probation and fined almost $900 as the result of a 2006 incident in which he pinned one police officer...
Baltimore Sun's David M. Lewis, 57
12/14/2007 // BALTIMORE, MD - David M. Lewis, 57, the deputy director of photography for The Baltimore Sun, died this morning. He suffered a heart attack while undergoing dialysis and was rushed to Howard County General Hospital where he passed...
Best Use Of Photography: 3rd Quarter 2007 Results
12/13/2007 // For News, Feature, Picture Pages, Sports, Multi-PageView the 2007 Best Of Photojournalism Picture Editing winners.View the 2006 Best Of Photojournalism Picture Editing winners.View the 2007 1st Quarter BUP winning pages in a gallery.View the 2007...
Bonnie Jo Mount Named Washington Post Picture Editor
12/13/2007 // Bonnie Jo Mount has been named as the new photography editor of The Washington Post beginning January 7, 2008, assistant managing editor of photography Michel duCille announced today. And ...
New Rule Threatens Photographers
12/12/2007 // By Courtney HungateTUCSON, AZ - From Mt. Lemmon in the Coronado National Forest to the Saguaro National Monument, Tucson has many sites that attract amateur and professional photographers, alike. But rule changes proposed by the...
Congressional Committee Hears Media Concerns Over Proposed Park Photo Rules
12/12/2007 // By Mickey H. OsterreicherWASHINGTON, DC - The House Committee on Natural Resources today heard NPPA president Tony Overman testify, along with representatives of other media interest groups, that...
Wilbur Awards Seek Nominations
12/11/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC – The Religion Communicators Council is seeking nominations for the annual Wilbur Awards recognizing excellence in communicating religious issues, values, and themes produced by the mainstream media.Wilbur Award categories include...
Military's Evidence Against AP Photographer Is Still A Secret
12/10/2007 // By Kim Gamel Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, IRAQ - An Iraqi investigating magistrate on Sunday convened the first criminal hearing in the case of Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein, who has been held by...
NPPA President To Testify Before House On National Parks Photo Rule Changes
12/10/2007 // DURHAM, NC - National Press Photographers Association president Tony Overman, a staff photojournalist for The Olympian in Olympia, WA, is scheduled to testify before the House Natural Resources Committee in...
Illinois High School Association Sues IPA, Newspapers, Over Print Sales
12/08/2007 // SPRINGFIELD, IL - In the ongoing legal battle between a state high school athletic organization and newspapers and a press association who are fighting over the rights to sell photographs from high school championship games, another law suit has...

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