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He's Free! After More Than Two Years, U.S. Military Releases AP's Bilal Hussein
04/16/2008 //  By Donald R. WinslowNews Photographer magazine BAGHDAD, IRAQ – Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Bilal Hussein has been released from U.S. military detention in Baghdad after being held by the...
Reuters Video Photojournalist Fadel Shana, 23, Killed In Gaza Attack
04/16/2008 //  GAZA – Reuters video photojournalist Fadel Shana, 23, was killed today on his way to cover violence in the Gaza Strip. When the Reuters TV vehicle that he and a soundman were traveling in stopped on a country back...
News Helicopter Safety: Startling Near Misses & Self Reporting
04/15/2008 // The NTSB Wants You To Report Incidents By Donald R. WinslowNews Photographer magazineGARDENIA, CA – On July 27, 2007, in the skies over Phoenix, two television photojournalists and their two pilots died on a clear...
Layoffs & Buyouts Spreading: The New York Times, Tampa Tribune, WFLA-TV, Modesto Bee
04/15/2008 // NEW YORK, NY – On Tuesday The New York Times told employees that as of today not enough people have come forward to volunteer for buyouts, and so now – for the first time – the newspaper will face the possibility of having to cut newsroom jobs...
NPPA Resolutions Deadline
04/14/2008 // DURHAM, NC (April 14, 2008) – The deadline for proposed legislation in the form of NPPA board resolutions need to be submitted to NPPA resolutions chair Linda Angelle no later than April 25, 2008, NPPA national...
AP Photojournalist Bilal Hussein To Go Free Wednesday
04/14/2008 // By Donald R. WinslowNews Photographer magazineBAGHDAD, IRAQ – Word has come from the Associated Press that the U.S. military will release Associated Press photojournalist Bilal Hussein on Wednesday...
Military Says Ap's Bilal Hussein Will Be Set Free Wednesday
04/14/2008 //  By Donald R. WinslowNews Photographer magazineBAGHDAD, IRAQ – Word has come from the Associated Press that the U.S. military will release Associated Press photojournalist Bilal Hussein on Wednesday...
Hundreds Of Tampa Tribune, WFLA-TV Staff Offered Buyouts
04/14/2008 // TAMPA, FL – The ongoing bad economic news in television and newspaper staff layoffs and buyouts continued today, this time in Central Florida.Half of the 1,326 employees at the The Tampa Tribune, WFLA-TV Channel 8, Tampa Bay Online, CENTRO (the...
Iraqis Dismisses Last Allegation Against AP Photographer; Grants Amnesty, Orders Freedom
04/13/2008 //  BAGHDAD, IRAQ – Today an Iraqi judicial panel dismissed the last remaining criminal allegation against Pulitzer Prize-winning Associated Press photojournalist Bilal Hussein and granted him amnesty, ordering him...
AP Photojournalist Hussein Starts Third Year In Custody
04/12/2008 // BAGHDAD, IRAQ – Despite the fact that last week an Iraqi judicial committee determined that he should be set free and granted him amnesty, and press freedom groups continue to call for his release, today Associated Press photojournalist ...

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