News Archive

AFP Photojournalist Still Missing In Gaza
01/03/2007 //  Agence France-Presse reports that the life of one of their photojournalists, Peruvian photographer Jaime Razuri, 50, who was kidnapped in Gaza City on Monday by unknown gunmen, may be in danger because while in...
NPPA Vice President Scott Utterback Resigns
01/03/2007 //  DURHAM, NC – Scott Utterback, vice president of the National Press Photographers Association, resigned from his office today, NPPA president Tony Overman told the board of...
Newspaper Closings, Buyouts, Layoffs, And The Future
01/01/2007 //  As the newspaper industry enters a new year searching for new ways to find more readers, younger readers, and hopefully make some money (or stop losing so much of it), as circulation continues to decline and advertising losses grow while long-...
Shield Law Controversy Entering A New Year
12/26/2006 //  It looks like 2007 will begin with journalists in many states facing the same legal threats from aggressive courts and zealous prosecutors who want them to reveal their confidential sources as they’ve faced in recent years, as the creation of a...
2007 Kentucky Seminar And Contest In January
12/26/2006 // LOUISVILLE, KY – The Kentucky News Photographers Association's Annual Photographer of the Year Contest and Seminar will be held January 19 and 20, 2007, at the Marriott East in Louisville, KNPA vice president Joe Imel...
New Rules, Guidelines, Released For NPPA's 2007 Best Of Photojournalism
12/22/2006 // DURHAM, NC – The updated rules and guidelines for the National Press Photographers Association's 2007 Best Of Photojournalism competition – including “How To Enter” – are now posted online on the NPPA Web site, contest coordinator...
WJLA-TV's Gordon Davis Hit By Car, Killed
12/19/2006 // UPPER MARLBORO, MD – WJLA-TV reports that the station’s overnight photographer, Gordon Davis, 51, was struck by a car and killed around 2:40 a.m. this morning while walking across Route 301 in suburban Maryland...
NPPA 2007 Photojournalism Summit To Host Four-Day Multimedia Program
12/18/2006 // DURHAM, NC – The National Press Photographers Association will host a four-day Multimedia Immersion Program for still and television photojournalists at the 2007 NPPA Photojournalism Summit in Portland, Oregon, NPPA president Tony...
Cutting Edge Opens To All Editors
12/16/2006 // DENVER, CO – NPPA’s Cutting Edge Competition is now open to all visual editors, anywhere in the world, the contest's chairperson announced.“Video editors who are not members of the National Press Photographers Association or the...
NPPA Life Member Howard Ramaley, 84
12/16/2006 // SEATTLE, WA – Howard Ramaley, 84, a pioneering Seattle television news photographer for KOMO-TV and an NPPA Life Member who joined the organization in 1964, died October 30 according to his son, Stephen...

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