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February 10 Was Deadline For Best Of Photojournalism
02/10/2006 //  DURHAM, NC – Midnight on Friday night, February 10, was the final opportunity to file entries for the 2006 Best Of Photojournalism Contest before the conteset deadline.The National Press Photographers Association’s...
WHNPA TV Members Can Now Compete In NPPA's TVQECC
02/09/2006 //  Beginning with the First Quarter of 2006, members of the White House News Photographers Association are eligible to compete in the NPPA Television Quarterly Editing Clip Contest, Jeramy Rosenberg,...
18th Annual Gordon Parks Photo Contest
02/08/2006 //  The Gordon Parks Center for Culture and Diversity at Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, KS, has announced a Call For Entries in the 18th Annual Gordon Parks International Photo Competition. The competition honors one of...
Memorial Service Planned For Larry Davis, 61
02/07/2006 //  A memorial service for former Los Angeles Times photojournalist Larry Davis is planned for Saturday, March 4, at 2 p.m. at 1107 First Ave. in Seattle, WA. Davis, 61, died January 19 when he took his own life near...
OSI Announces Katrina Media Fellowships
02/07/2006 // The Open Society Institute, a part of the Soros Foundations Network, has announced a one-time fellowship competition, "In response to the critical issues of poverty, racism, and government neglect that were laid bare by Hurricane...
Covering Katrina's Victims Led To Operation Photo Rescue
02/06/2006 // David Ellis and Becky Sell, photojournalists from The Free Lance-Star in Fredricksburgh, VA, may know about as much about the family lineage of the folks who live down in Pass...
Steven R. Nickerson: As Rare As Hen's Teeth
02/05/2006 // By Donald R. WinslowSteven R. Nickerson’s story is not an easy one to tell.He’s a photojournalist. A very good one. He’s also a funny guy; one look at him confirms that notion. He’s worked hard and done well; his...
John Francis Ficara's "Black Farmers In America" Now An Exhibit, Book
02/04/2006 //   Photojournalist John Francis Ficara’s “Black Farmers in America” project, winner of the 2001 NPPA-Nikon Sabbatical Grant, has been published as a book and is an exhibit at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American...
Andrea Bruce, Carol T. Powers, Win Top WHNPA 2006 Honors
02/03/2006 // Washington Post photographer Andrea Bruce was named “Photographer of the Year” and photojournalist Carol T. Powers earned top honors for “Political Photo of the Year" in the White House News...
Call For Entries: NPPA Women In Photojournalism Conference Photo Contest
02/03/2006 //  The 17th annual NPPA Women In Photojournalism Conference will be in St. Louis, MO, on September 15 through 17, and the conference co-chairs have issued a Call For Entries for the annual photography contest. The theme for this year's competition is...

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