By firing more than 100 workers with no prior notice this week as part of its acquisition and closing of the 123-year-old Tampa Tribune, did the owners of the Tampa Bay Times violate federal law? And if so, could the Times be liable for damages totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not into the millions?
An Urgent Message to NPPA members
More members of the photography staff at Thomson Reuters have been shown the door this week as the picture service continues a downsizing that first gained public attention last summer.
Today the National Press Photographers Association published the first of a three-part series by Janet Smith on Stock Photography.
The Boards of Directors for the National Press Photographers Association and the National Press Photographers Foundation are scheduled to meet on Friday, August 8, 2014, at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre in West Palm Beach, FL.
Greg Smith, the Business Practices Chair for the National Press Photographers Association, will be honored by the International Photographic Council (IPC) as one of the IPC's 2014 Leadership Award recipients this Thursday in New York.
The lone-photojournalist business model is growing harder and harder to sustain. While not new, the photography collective or cooperative business model is enjoying a revival of sorts.
There will be a special edition of the National Press Photographers Association's "Business Blitz Roadshow" held in Chicago on July 31 for all of the Chicago Sun-Times photojournalists who were the victims of the newspaper's mass lay-off in May.
Greg Smith has been named as the new NPPA Business Practices Committee chair, NPPA president Mike Borland announced today.
PhotoShelter has released the results of a recent photographers' survey where they asked questions about their major marketing and business goals for 2013.