News Archive

Negotiations For Torsello's Release Continue
10/23/2006 // ROME, ITALY – The Italian Foreign Ministry says negotiations to free Italian photojournalist Gabriele Torsello in Afghanistan continue, despite the passage of a Monday deadline set by his abductors. And in Kabul,...
Iraq Dispatch: Birthday, Groundhog Day, It's All The Same
10/23/2006 // NPPA president Tony Overman, a staff photojournalist with The Olympian in Olympia, WA, is embedded with soldiers from Fort Lewis and the 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, on duty in Iraq. He’s on assignment with reporter Sean Cockerham of the News...
Gunmen Say They Will Kill Photojournalist Monday Unless Demands Met
10/20/2006 // DANA POINT, CA – Kidnapped Italian ZUMA photojournalist Gabriele Torsello, abducted at gunpoint on October 12 by five gunmen in Afghanistan, has appealed to fellow journalists and the media to help him gain his...
Flying Short Course Kicks Off In Philly
10/19/2006 //  DURHAM, NC – NPPA's 49th annual Flying Short Course is underway this morning and it's one not to be missed. This year the Flying Short Course makes stops on October 20, 21, and 22 starting in Philadelphia, PA, followed by North Little Rock, AR, and...
Kidnapped ZUMA Photojournalist Says He's Okay
10/18/2006 //  DANA POINT, CA – ZUMA Press said today that ZUMA photojournalist Kash Gabriele Torsello, who was kidnapped in Afghanistan on October 12 by five gunmen, appears to have made several cell phone calls...
Oestervang Wins 2006 Gordon Parks Photography Competition
10/18/2006 // FORT SCOTT, KS – Danish photographer Charlotte Oestervang has won first place in the 2006 Gordon Parks Photography Competition for her photograph “Kashmir Three Months After the Earthquake.”"Photojournalism is a new...
Paris L. Gray, 44
10/18/2006 //  WOODBURY, NJ  – Funeral services have been announced for photojournalist Paris L. Gray, 44, who died Sunday after a battle with cancer. Gray had been a photographer for the Courier-Post newspaper in Cherry Hill, NJ, for 12 years....
Ohio University Student Sues Again Over Nude Photos
10/17/2006 //  ATHENS, OH – A female Ohio University graduate student who won a $350,000 sexual harassment lawsuit against former professor Larry Nighswander in 2005 has sued him again, claiming that he failed to comply with the...
Flying Short Course Takes Off This Week
10/16/2006 //  DURHAM, NC – NPPA's 49th annual Flying Short Course is underway this morning and it's one not to be missed. This year the Flying Short Course makes stops on October 20, 21, and 22 starting in Philadelphia, PA, followed by North Little Rock, AR, and...
Only Region 10 Fills Slate For November Elections
10/16/2006 //  DURHAM, NC – Sean Elliot, national secretary for the National Press Photographers Association, has announced that in November’s upcoming even-numbered Regional elections only Region 10 has presented a full and...

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