News Archive

WABC-TV NewsChopper7 Pilot Dies In Freak Accident
10/08/2007 // NEW YORK, NY - The pilot of WABC-TV NewsCopter7 was killed in a freak accident in Midtown Manhattan on Sunday night, not in an aviation incident but when a taxi cab jumped a curb outside a popular E. 40th Street and Third Ave. restaurant and hit him...
Friday Services In France For Alexandra Boulat, 45
10/08/2007 //  PARIS, FRANCE - Funeral plans have been announced for VII photojournalist Alexandra Boulat, 45, who died Friday in hospital in Paris after being in a coma since suffering an aneurism while on assignment in Ramallah...
Senate Judiciary Committee Passes Federal Shield Law
10/06/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - The Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced a bill to protect journalists from being forced to reveal their sources in federal court. Commonly called the Federal Shield Law, the legislation passed the committee by a 15-4 vote and...
French photojournalist Alexandra Boulat, 45
10/05/2007 //  PARIS, FRANCE - Photojournalist Alexandra Boulat, 45, has died in hospital in Paris today, agency VII said. She suffered an aneurism in late June and has been in a coma ever since.She was the daughter of Life...
Brooks Photographers Team With Adoption Organizations To Raise Awareness
10/03/2007 // SANTA BARBARA, CA – A forum addressing the needs and challenges of the adoptive and foster care system in Santa Barbara County has been added to opening night of a professional photography exhibit showing youngsters and adoptive families.The Heart...
Don't Miss The 50th Annual Flying Short Course, Register Online Now
10/03/2007 // DURHAM, NC – Not since U.S. Air Force Major William Lookadoo took one of his shiny, silver C-47 transport planes and hauled the first set of NPPA “short course” speakers to Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and...
WHNPA's "Surviving The Digital Challenge" This Saturday In DC
10/02/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - The White House News Photographers Association and American University’s School of Communication will present a one day seminar on the dramatic changes in the news industry brought about by developing technology and the growing...
Supreme Court Upholds Ruling For Peter Turnley, Harper's Magazine
10/02/2007 // WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of photojournalist Peter Turnley and Harper's Magazine by upholding a March 2007 decision of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which found that...
VII Agency Workshop In Pasadena In November
10/01/2007 // LOS ANGELES, CA- The VII Agency workshop will be in Pasadena, CA, again this year at the Art Center College of Design on November 3 and 4, 2007, with workshops that include multimedia, photographer presentations, panel discussions, and training...
Darrell Barton, Still Photographer?
10/01/2007 //  CHILLICOTHE, MO- If you asked most folks in journalism if they've ever heard of Darrell Barton, you're likely to hear references to The Legendary Darrell Barton, one of the world's premiere television news...

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