NPPA BOP Awards Show & Education Festival Line-Up Announced

The National Press Photographers Association's "Best Of Photojournalism Awards Show & Education Festival" is growing near and final plans are being made for the August 8-9, 2014, event in West Palm Beach, FL. Presented and hosted by the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, the Awards Show & Festival is free and open to the public. The first day features a celebration of some of the winning photojournalism, and the second day focuses on education.
The National Press Photographers Association's "Best Of Photojournalism Awards Show & Education Festival" is growing near and final plans are being made for the August 8-9, 2014, event in West Palm Beach, FL. Presented and hosted by the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, the Awards Show & Festival is free and open to the public. The first day features a celebration of some of the winning photojournalism, and the second day focuses on education.
The National Press Photographers Association's "Best Of Photojournalism Awards Show & Education Festival" is growing near and final plans are being made for the August 8-9, 2014, event in West Palm Beach, FL.

Best Of Photojournalism Awards Event Returns, August 8

NPPA executive director Chip Deale has announced that after a lapse of several years, an event showcasing the top winners in NPPA's annual Best of Photojournalism competition will be held again this year.

KUSA-TV, WAVY-TV, And KCCI-TV Win NPPA's Station Of The Year Titles

KUSA-TV, WAVY-TV, And KCCI-TV Win NPPA's Station Of The Year Titles.

Jonathan Malat Wins Ernie Crisp TV News Photographer Of The Year

Boyd Huppert (on left) of KARE-TV in Minneapolis is the six-time winner of NPPA's Photojournalism Award for Reporting, and his KARE-TV partner photojournalist Jonathan Malat (at right) is now the three-time winner of the Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year title. Photograph © by Kelly Bakke
Boyd Huppert (on left) of KARE-TV in Minneapolis is the six-time winner of NPPA's Photojournalism Award for Reporting, and his KARE-TV partner photojournalist Jonathan Malat (at right) is now the three-time winner of the Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year title. Photograph © by Kelly Bakke
Jonathan Malat of KARE-TV in Minneapolis has been picked as this year's Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year during the final round of Television Photojournalism judging at NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism contest.

BOP Judges Pick Winners In Video Photography & Editing Categories

The second full day of judging the National Press Photographers Association's 2014 Best Of Photojournalism Video Photography and Video Editing contest is underway at the Michigan State University School of Journalism, and the names of winners in more categories were released this morning.

Six Finalists Picked For Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer Title

Video Editing judges Catherine Steward and Kylee Wall (top photo), and Video Photography judges Deborah Potter, Mark Tauscheck, and Kathy Kieliszewski picking winners today in the 2014 Best Of Photojournalism competition at the Michigan State University School of Journalism.
Video Editing judges Catherine Steward and Kylee Wall (top photo), and Video Photography judges Deborah Potter, Mark Tauscheck, and Kathy Kieliszewski picking winners today in the 2014 Best Of Photojournalism competition at the Michigan State University School of Journalism.
Judging is underway in the Video category of the National Press Photographers Association's 2014 Best Of Photojournalism competition at the contest's host site, the Michigan State University School of Journalism, and the panel has announced six finalists for the Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year title.

New York Times Wins NPPA's Best Use Of Multimedia

"The Jockey" by The New York Times (at top) and "A Soldier's Wife" by Rick Loomis and the Los Angeles Times were among the top winners in NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism Multimedia contest winners.
"The Jockey" by The New York Times (at top) and "A Soldier's Wife" by Rick Loomis and the Los Angeles Times were among the top winners in NPPA's Best Of Photojournalism Multimedia contest winners.
A story called "The Jockey" by Chang W. Lee, Barry Bearak, and the staff of The New York Times has won Best Use of Multimedia in the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism 2014 Multimedia contest, the judges announced today.

Niko Koppel, Róbert Csere Are NPPA's Picture Editors Of The Year

Niko Koppel, a picture editor for The New York Times, is the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism 2014 Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year (Individual). And in the Magazine category, for the fourth time editor Róbert Csere of .týždeň has taken the Magazine Picture Editor of the Year title.

John Tlumacki, Sean Proctor Win NPPA's Photojournalists Of The Year

Police officers with their guns drawn heard a second explosion down the street from the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon. The first explosion knocked down this runner. The image was part of the portfolio that won John Tlumacki the title of NPPA 2014 Photojournalist of the Year (Larger Markets). Photograph by By John Tlumacki-Boston Globe
Police officers with their guns drawn heard a second explosion down the street from the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon. The first explosion knocked down this runner. The image was part of the portfolio that won John Tlumacki the title of NPPA 2014 Photojournalist of the Year (Larger Markets). Photograph by By John Tlumacki-Boston Globe
John Tlumacki of The Boston Globe today was named the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism 2014 Photojournalist of the Year (Larger Markets), and Sean Proctor of the Midland (MI) Daily News was selected as the Photojournalist of the Year (Smaller Markets).

NPPA Best Of Photojournalism Judging Starts This Week

The cover of the December 2013 Best Of Photojournalism special issue of News Photographer magazine, featuring from last year's BOP contest the First Place Sports Feature photograph by Mike Roemer of the Associated Press that shows Green Bay Packers Donald Driver celebrating a touchdown by doing a Lambeau Leap in Green Bay, WI.
The cover of the December 2013 Best Of Photojournalism special issue of News Photographer magazine, featuring from last year's BOP contest the First Place Sports Feature photograph by Mike Roemer of the Associated Press that shows Green Bay Packers Donald Driver celebrating a touchdown by doing a Lambeau Leap in Green Bay, WI.
The final live round of judging for the National Press Photographers Association's Best Of Photojournalism contest is about to begin on campus at the School of Visual Communication (VisCom) at Ohio University in Athens, contest director Terry Eiler said today.