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Horst Fass Moves From Bangkok Hospital To A Rehabilitation Hospital In Germany
07/02/2005 // Horst Faas has arrived at the Klinik Marnau rehabilitation hospital in Murnau, Germany, for continued treatment after being transferred from the Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, says the AP's Denis D. Gray in Bangkok."Horst just called from...
Freelance Photojournalist Don Murray, 45
07/02/2005 // Freelance photojournalist Don Murray, 45, died Friday of a heart attack while driving to his Mount Laurel, NJ, beach home following an assignment in New York, his agency ZUMA Press announced today. Murray freelanced for the New York Post, the ...
WKU's Jim Winn Wins Hearst Photojournalism Championship
06/28/2005 // SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Winning college photojournalists in the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Journalism Awards Program were announced last night during an awards dinner in San Francisco. Jim Winn, of Western Kentucky University, is the first place...
NPPA Honors, Awards, Presented At National Best Of Photojournalism Day
06/25/2005 // SAN ANTONIO, TX - The National Press Photographers Association's Honors and Recognitions Committee tonight presented awards to the top winners of the 2005 Best Of Photojournalism photography, television, Web, and editing contests, as well as...
NPPA Board Meets Until 4 A.M. In San Antonio
06/25/2005 // SAN ANTONIO, TX  – The National Press Photographers Association's annual two-day board of directors meeting ran long and ended in the early hours of Saturday morning with the passing of a new annual budget for the coming fiscal year and electing new...
NPPA National Best Of Photojournalism Day A Hit
06/25/2005 // NPPA's National Best of Photojournalism day at the Crown Plaza Hotel in downtown San Antonio, TX, on the city's famous Riverwalk, was filled with educational speakers, break-out workshops, and wrapped up at night with a BOP awards dinner. The...
Future Unclear For Cameras In New York Courts
06/21/2005 //  Last week’s ruling by the New York Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, that there is no constitutional right for news cameras to be in New York Courts puts the matter back into the hands of the state’s legislature, unless it goes before...
Donald K. Woolley, 73
06/15/2005 // Retired photojournalism professor, speaker, and newspaper columnist Donald Kenneth Woolley, 73, died June 14 in Nashville, TN, following a brief illness.An NPPA Life Member, Woolley started as a photographer and editor for Octoraro Newspapers in...
Best Use of Photography: 1st Quarter 2005 Results For News, Feature, Picture Pages, Sports, Multi-Page
06/15/2005 // Judges for news, feature, picture pages: David Frank, Karen Cetinkaya, Becky Lebowitz Hanger, members of The New York Times photography department.NewsJudges’ overall commentsOnce we pulled together what we thought were the top pages, we noticed...
Best Use of Photography: 1st Quarter 2005 Results For News, Feature, Picture Pages, Sports, Multi-Page
06/15/2005 // Judges for news, feature, picture pages: David Frank, Karen Cetinkaya, Becky Lebowitz Hanger, members of The New York Times photography department.NewsJudges’ overall commentsOnce we pulled together what we thought were the top pages, we noticed...

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