News Archive

ABC News Airs Photojournalist Sean Smith's Exclusive Video, Photos
07/17/2007 //   ABC News has aired exclusive photographs and video by British photojournalist Sean Smith of the Guardian newspaper called "A Violent, 'Normal' Day in Baghdad," and some of his...
Reuters Says Killed Photographer's Cameras Returned
07/17/2007 // The two missing digital cameras of killed Reuters photojournalist Namir Noor-Eldeen have been returned to the news service, they report from Iraq, and the last pictures he took before dying in Baghdad do not show...
Alexandra Boulat Remains In Coma In Paris
07/17/2007 //  VENICE, CA- "We continue to pray for a full recovery," VII managing director Frank Evers said tonight from Venice, CA, as he spoke about the condition of VII photojournalist Alexandra ...
Cutting Edge IX In Nashville In September
07/14/2007 // DURHAM, NC – Shawn Montano, director of the Cutting Edge IX: Order of the Edit workshop, announced that the 2007 seminar will be held September 8 in Nashville, TN, at Belmont University's Bunch Multimedia Hall from...
TV News Crew Detained At Brush Fire
07/13/2007 // NAPA, CA - KGO-TV photojournalist Craig Southern and reporter Wayne Freedman were briefly handcuffed and detained by Napa County Sheriff's deputies while covering a brush fire on...
Online Surveys Asks About Photojournalists' Traumatic Stress
07/12/2007 // SANTA BARBARA, CA - Photojournalist Eric Reed is conducting an online research survey on the effects of traumatic stress on photojournalists for his masters degree thesis project at Brooks Institute of Photography,...
Reuters Photographer, Driver, Killed In Iraq
07/12/2007 //   Reuters is reporting from London that one of their photojournalists and a driver have been killed in a blast in Baghdad. Circumstances surrounding their deaths are still unclear, but witnesses say that U.S. military personnel were seen taking away...
Lady Bird Left, Lady Bird Right. Which One's Correct?
07/12/2007 // AUSTIN, TX - Texas newspaper readers this morning may have been confused about which way the late Lady Bird Johnson was facing when she was photographed standing in a field of wildflowers, because...
New Web Site, Online Petition, Call For Iraqi Photographer's Release
07/09/2007 //  A group calling itself the "Free Bilal Committee" has launched a Web site and asked for photojournalists' help to call attention to the fight to free Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein from jail in Baghdad...
Survey Measures Attitudes About News Photo Manipulation
07/03/2007 // Dennis Dunleavy, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, OR, who teaches visual journalism and digital technology, is conducting a second annual online...

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