Doug Burgess of KING5-TV in Seattle has been named the 2015 Best Of Photojournalism Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year, and Steve Rhodes of WTHR-TV in Indianapolis was named Video Editor of the Year tonight during an awards ceremony tonight at the National Press Photographers Association's Northwest Storytelling Workshop.
Judges have finished picking the Finalists for NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism Television Photography and Editing contests' top annual honors, as well as winners in the individual Television Photography and Television Editing categories.
Mary Cooney of the Los Angeles Times is the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism 2015 Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year (Individual). And in the Magazine category, Róbert Csere of .týždeň is – for the fifth time – the Magazine Picture Editor of the Year. The publication .týždeň is a news magazine printed in Slovakia, in Central Europe.
"The Long Night," a collaborative documentary film by Tim Matsui and Brian Storm of MediaStorm, was today named by judges as the Best Use Of Multimedia first place winner in NPPA's 2015 Best Of Photojournalism contest.
Jahi Chikwendiu of The Washington Post was today named the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism 2015 Photojournalist of the Year (Large Markets) and Jerry Wolford of the News & Record in Greensboro, NC, was selected as the Photojournalist of the Year (Small Markets).
Judging in the Multimedia categories of NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest is underway at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication (VisCom) in Athens, OH, and it's being broadcast on Livestream.
The NPPA's Best of Photojournalism Multimedia Division judging is underway at Ohio University in Athens, OH.
This year the winners of the major awards of the NPPA Best of Photojournalism: Video contest will be announced in a new and exciting way.
The National Press Photographers Association's 2015 Best Of Photojournalism competitions are now open for entry.
A one-day meeting of the board of directors of the National Press Photographers Association kicked off this morning, the first event in this weekend's "Best Of Photojournalism Awards Show & Education Festival."