News Archive

Pentagon Says AP Photographer Tied To Iraqi Insurgents
11/19/2007 // NEW YORK, NY – The United States military has been secretly planning a criminal case against Associated Press photojournalist Bilal Hussein, who has been in military custody in Iraq for more than 19 months (since...
Media Reach Credential, Rights Agreement To Cover Australian Cricket
11/16/2007 // HOBART, AUSTRALIA - The photographic media's boycott of the Test cricket series has ended after Reuters, the Associated Press, Agence France-Press, and Getty Images reached an agreement with Cricket Australia today. The lock out of the wire service...
Illinois Press Association Asks To Withdraw Preliminary Injunction
11/16/2007 // By Mickey H. Osterreicher, Esq.SPRINGFIELD, IL - After filing a law suit earlier this month, it appears that the Illinois Press Association (IPA), together with the State Journal-Register and the...
Marcus Bleasdale, Franco Pagetti Elected To VII Photo Agency
11/12/2007 // LOS ANGELES, CA - Two new photojournalists have been elected into membership into the VII Photo Agency: Marcus Bleasdale and Franco Pagetti. The announcement was made following VII'...
Iraqi Journalists Encounter Peril to Report for U.S. Media
11/09/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - This week on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on PBS, a story aired about how Iraqi journalists are encountering unique risks while covering the war in Iraq. The segment, reported by Jeffrey...
Travis Dove Wins College Photographer Of The Year
11/09/2007 // COLUMBIA, MO - Tonight judges named Travis Dove of Ohio University the 62nd annual College Photographer of the Year at the end of judging at the University of Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia.Dove’s work...
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...

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