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Party Before The GOP Convention
07/15/2004 // The New York Press Photographers Association invites all NYPPA and NPPA members to a kick-off party before the Republican presidential convention starts. Todd Maisel, of the New York Daily News, secretary of the NYPPA, announced that the party will...
Peter Turnley's Photo-Essays To Debut In Harper's Magazine
07/01/2004 // Photojournalist Peter Turnley and Harper's Magazine will debut in the August issue the first of four major eight-page photo essays by the New York and Paris-based journalist, stories that Harper's Magazine will showcase over the next year. Turnley,...
New York Upholds Ban On Cameras In The Courtroom
06/23/2004 // The Appellate Division, Supreme Court, First Judicial Department of New York has voted 5-0 in favor of upholding a ban on cameras in New York courtrooms, saying the ban is Constitutional. The ruling, made June 22, was the result of an appeal by...
Omaha TV Photojournalist Killed By Car While Shooting Highway Accident Story
06/11/2004 // Jeff Frolio, 45, a photojournalist for KETV NewsWatch 7 in Omaha, NE, was killed on the job Thursday June 10 when he struck by car while he was working on a news story at a highway intersection where two Nebraska teenagers were killed in May. Police...
Texas TV Photographer Killed When Mast Hits Wires
06/09/2004 // Photojournalist Matthew Moore, 23, of KBTX-TV3 in College Station, TX, was killed in Hearne, TX, when the mobile broadcast mast he was deploying from the station's live news van came in contact with overhead power lines on Tuesday June 8. Moore was...
Reuters Photojournalist Adlan Khasanov Killed With President in Chechen Bomb Blast
05/10/2004 // Reuters photojournalist Adlan Khasanov, 33, was killed during a bomb attack on Victory Day celebrations in Grozny, Chechnya, on Sunday May 9 that also killed Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov, 52, and others seated in his VIP box during the annual...
McNally Named Director of Photography for The New York Times
04/29/2004 // "Our long search for someone who can lead our photojournalism to its rightful place is over," New York Times executive Editor Bill Keller wrote to the newspaper's staff in an April 28 email announcing that Michele McNally will become the Times' new...
Press Freedom Symposium Benefit Features Photographers Who have been Imprisoned or Killed
04/01/2004 // A symposium and benefit on press freedom will be held May 3, which is World Press Freedom Day, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, to benefit the families of journalists who were killed, imprisoned, or persecuted last year. According to...
Best Of Photojournalism 2004 Still Photo Winners Announced; Carolyn Cole and Alex Majoli are Photographers of the Year
03/28/2004 // Judging in the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism 2004 Contest has wrapped up at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg, FL, today and Carolyn Cole of the Los Angeles Times and Alex Majoli, Magnum...
Best Of Photojournalism 2004 Picture Editing Contest Results Announced
03/27/2004 // By Stan AlostEntries in the Best Of Photojournalism 2004 Picture Editing contest were judged at the Ohio University School of Visual Communication by three judges, several alternates, assisted by a team of OU volunteer students. They sifted through...

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