News Archive

Photojournalist Martin Adler Shot Dead In Somalia
06/23/2006 //   Award-winning Swedish television photojournalist Martin Adler was shot dead today in the streets of Mogadishu, Somalia, while covering a protest led by the Islamic Courts Union, Reuters and the BBC report....
NPPA Board Elects New Officers, Passes $1.53M Annual Budget
06/22/2006 // TAMPA BAY, FL – The NPPA’s annual two-day business meeting of the board of directors concluded today at the 60th Anniversary Photojournalism Summit with the election of new national officers, after passage of a $1,531,339 (USD) budget for the fiscal...
"Living The Moment" At NPPA's Women In Photojournalism Conference
06/21/2006 // DURHAM, NC– The lineup of speakers and programs for the NPPA’s 2006 Women In Photojournalism Conference, scheduled for September 15-17 at the Radisson Hotel & Suites in St. Louis, MO, has been announced by the conference’s co-chairs, ...
NPPA's 60th Birthday: Celebrate At The Photojournalism Summit
06/21/2006 // DURHAM, NC – The National Press Photographers Association’s 60th Anniversary Photojournalism Summit will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Tampa Bay, FL, from Friday June 23, 2006, through Sunday June 25.The overall theme is "See The Future, And...
Cost Of Copyright Going Up
06/21/2006 // The cost of registering copyright goes up July 1, 2006, the U.S. Copyright Office has announced on their Web site.Registering a single photograph or groups of photographs goes up $15 USD to the new price of $45 USD. Renewing a copyright without an...
Ed Kashi Released In Nigeria
06/19/2006 // Photojournalist Ed Kashi, 48, on assignment for National Geographic in Nigeria, was released Monday morning by security officials in Port Harcourt after being held since Friday, according to his wife, Julie...
New York Makes Progress In Cameras In Court
06/19/2006 // BUFFALO, NY – New York attorney and photojournalist Mickey H. Osterreicher reports today from Buffalo some progress on getting cameras in the courts in New York State after a judge, presiding in a high-profile murder case in Albany...
Karen Pulfer Focht Wins Top Casey Honors
06/14/2006 //  Several current and past NPPA members have won 2006 Casey Medals for Meritorious Journalism from the Casey Journalism Center on Children and Families. The Casey Journalism Center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan program of the Philip Merrill College of...
Anita Baca Appointed Diversity Committee Chair
06/12/2006 //  SAN ANTONIO, TX – Anita Baca, a staff photography editor for the San Antonio Express-News, has been appointed the new chairperson of the NPPA Diversity Committee, NPPA president Alicia ...
NPPA Executive Director Search Committee Launched
06/08/2006 // SAN ANTONIO, TX– A search committee has been organized to consider potential candidates for the position of executive director for the National Press Photographers Association, NPPA president Alicia Wagner ...

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