News Archive

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...
Deadline For 2005 W. Eugene Smith Grant Is July 15
06/06/2005 // Photojournalists have until July 15, 2005, to apply for the 26th annual W. Eugene Smith Grant from the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund, Inc., funded by Nikon Inc., as well as applying for the Howard Chapnick Grant for the Advancement of...
ASMP Foundation Extends Grant Application Deadline
05/27/2005 // PHILADELPHIA, PA -- The American Society of Media Photographers Foundation has extended its spring deadline for grant applications until June 15, ASMP director of communications Peter Dyson announced. “If you have a project that fits the Foundation'...
Proposed NYC Subway Photo Ban Is Dead; Photo Ban In Hempstead, Long Island, Is Rescinded
05/23/2005 // A New York City Transit proposal last year to make a rule change that would prohibit photography and videotaping in subways and bus systems, which was strongly opposed by the NPPA and many other photography, press, civil rights, and free speech...
DeVigal And Judging Panel Launch New Online Multimedia Critique Of 2005 BOP Web Winners
05/20/2005 // AUSTIN, TX -- Andrew DeVigal, one of the five judges of the 2005 Best Of Photojournalism Best Of The Web contest, has created an important educational resource drawn from the contest judging and the entries. Recorded audio comments from the judges,...
Photojournalist Bradley Clift Released From Sudan, Tells Story Of Ordeal, Refugees, In Hartford Courant
05/18/2005 // The Hartford Courant's photojournalist Bradley E. Clift was released by Sudanese government authorities last week after being held under house arrest near Nyala in Darfur since April 26, and he made his way to the Sudanese capital of Khartoum and...
Bill Eppridge To Be The Keynote Speaker At Missouri's Journalism School Graduation
05/08/2005 // COLUMBIA, MO - Legendary photojournalist Bill Eppridge will be the University of Missouri School of Journalism’s graduation speaker on Friday May 13 at the Hearnes Center in Columbia, MO, as 406 students receive their degrees. In this year’s...

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