Judging is underway today right now in NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest in the competitions final two categories for this year, Still Photojournalism and Photojournalism Editing, and you can watch it live online.
Final judging is set to begin on April 18 in both the Photojournalism Editing and Still Photojournalism categories of NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism competition, contest chair Terry Eiler said today.
Doug Burgess of KING-TV has been picked as this year's Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer Of The Year today during the final round of Television Photojournalism judging in NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest.
NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest Video Photojournalism judges have picked KING-TV in Seattle as the Large Market Station of the Year, and KARE-TV in Minneapolis is the runner-up.
The judges have finished picking winners in this year's NPPA Best Of Photojournalism Video Photography and Editing categories at Michigan State University's host site, and here are the results along with some of the judges' comments.
NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest Video Photojournalism judges have picked WAVY-TV10 of Portsmouth, VA, as the Medium Market Station of the Year. This is the fourth year in a row that WAVY-TV10 has taken the title.
Judging is underway in the Video Photojournalism categories of NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest at Michigan State University. For the sixth time, Boyd Huppert of KARE-TV has been picked for NPPA's Photojournalism Award For Reporting.
"Memphis Poverty: What Obama Didn't See" by Alan Spearman and The Commercial Appeal has won Best Use Of Multimedia in NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest, judges at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication announced today. The judges also released a complete list of all Multimedia Photojournalism contest winners.
You can watch and listen live today as the Multimedia categories in NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest are being judged at Ohio University's School of Visual Communications in Athens, OH.
Terry Eiler, the director of Ohio University's School of Visual Communication, has announced that he intends to step down from his post on April 15 and take "early retirement." But that doesn't mean he intends to stop teaching.