Showing items tagged with 'copyright'
19 February 2018: A photograph of Ukip leader Henry Bolton on the tube with his then-girlfriend Jo Marney was snapped up by the press and led to his demise.
14 February 2018: When the teenage photographer's photo of a pranged super-car was syndicated by his local paper to the national press, he had to claim his copyright.
12 February 2018: #useitpayforit: newspaper groups are sacking photographers and asking camera clubs for free images. The NUJ says if its good enough to publish it is good enough to be paid for.
16 January 2018: #Useitpayforit is the hashtag for an NUJ campaign to encourage amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.
2 January 2018: Dublin freelance branch has rescheduled the Freelance Forum, which was called off due to Storm Ophelia.
12 September 2017: Freelance Forum is a regular one day event designed to keep freelance journalists up to date with the latest developments in the industry. Aimed at writers and photographers, and hoping to cover print, broadcast and online, it is organised by the NUJ Dublin freelance branch.
7 August 2017: This Association of British Science Writers course will cover: libel;copyright; privacy and confidentiality; data protection; and media regulation.
31 July 2017: This event will address the basics of copyright as it affects journalists.
7 December 2016: Conference for lens-focused members which will discuss the future & developments of press photography.
8 July 2016: Photographers are being warned against new contracts issued by Agence France Presse.