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Linda Angelle Named NPPA Resolutions Chairperson
04/11/2006 //  DURHAM, NC - NPPA national secretary Sean D. Elliot announced today that photojournalist Linda Angelle has been named as the new resolutions chairperson by NPPA president Alicia...
Perspectives: Pure Speculation & Springtime Leaks, Who's Going To Win The Pulitzers?
04/11/2006 //   By Donald R. Winslow AUSTIN, TX – It’s that time of year again: Final Four basketball is done, the ground along the Tidal Basin and the Potomac River is covered with dying cherry blossom petals, taxes are due in a few days, and...
Jeremy Lock Is Military Photographer Of The Year
04/10/2006 // DURHAM, NC – The Department of Defense Visual Information Awards Program annually picks a Military Photographer of the Year, Videographer of the Year, and Graphic Artist of the Year in a competition...
NPPA To NFL's Tagliabue, Owners: "Extreme Disappointment"
04/10/2006 // DURHAM, NC – The president of the National Press Photographers Association has sent a letter to National Football League...
Hertzberg First Three-Time Costa Courtroom Photo Award Winner
04/07/2006 //  MUNCIE, IN – Photojournalist Mark Hertzberg is the first three-time winner of the Joseph Costa Award for Courtroom ...
Gilka Receives Alexia Foundation Lifetime Award
04/07/2006 // NEW YORK, NY – On the opening night of an exhibit of photographs taken by many of the past winners of Alexia Foundation grants, Robert E. Gilka was presented with an Alexia Foundation lifetime...
Memorial Service Sunday For Thomas James Abercrombie, 75
04/06/2006 // BALTIMORE, MD – Thomas James Abercrombie, 75, a legendary National Geographic magazine photographer and writer, and an NPPA life member who joined in 1952, died Monday afternoon at Johns Hopkins...
Kayne Leads Q2 Student Clip Contest
04/06/2006 // Second quarter results in the NPPA Student Quarterly Clip Contest have been announced, and the new point leader in the race to be the 2005-2006 NPPA Student Clip Contest photographer of the year is Eric Kayne from...
Supreme Court Doesn't Want TV, Radio, Coverage
04/05/2006 // WASHINGTON, DC – Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee passed two bills that would bring cameras and microphones into federal courts, but today on Capitol Hill two Supreme Court justices expressed their opinion that cameras are fine in the Senate...
Calling All Cars: Photography Is Still Legal
04/03/2006 // NEW YORK, NY – New York City area photographers achieved a victory of sorts in March against Metropolitan Transportation Authority police officers when the New York Civil Liberties Union threatened a lawsuit against...

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