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Pictures of the Year
POYi: Pictures of the Year International honors and promotes the work of documentary photographers, magazine, newspaper, and freelance photojournalists.
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WKUPJ Mar 14
A quick tour of our 60+ prints for the Muhammad Ali Gallery show at Western Kentucky University School of Journalism and Broadcasting. The show is up until May 3 in Jody Richards Hall. the photographs show the career...
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Pictures of the Year Mar 14
good to read to the end and see the March 13 clarification...
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Pictures of the Year Mar 13
Yes! Such strong work from a terrible situation that all of us need to know about and remember.
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Jean-Francois Leroy Mar 11
Find interviews, analyses and more by subscribing to the official YouTube channel:
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NYTimes Communications Mar 11
⭐️📷 Congratulations to photographer Michelle Agins, who received the Joseph A. Sprague Memorial Award from , its highest honor. Agins made history as the first woman of color to do so. She received a standing ovation at the reception. Photos by
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Lisa Krantz Mar 11
Love this and this woman! An incredible honor to be named with her.
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Pictures of the Year Mar 11
the joy of facing the elements and making wonderful pictures for yourself!
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Pictures of the Year Mar 9
We love that yore! That's treasure, not trash!
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Reading The Pictures Mar 9
There’s the parishioner w the shooting instructor, the provocative image on the target, then how they affect each other. Also honored to discuss a photo by a local w those orgs so at risk. :
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Yunghi Kim Mar 6
Trump administration is tracking photojournalists.
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Pictures of the Year Mar 6
This is important to read. Immigrant rights attorneys and journalists denied entry into Mexico
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RJI Mar 6
The beat tends to “be strongest with local readers, retaining local subscribers and engaging online readers,” said Suki Dardarian, managing editor and vice president.
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Pictures of the Year Mar 6
Congratulations to the Magazine/Media Visual Editors of the Year! 1st: Kurt Mutchler, 2nd: Jennifer Samuel, 3rd: James Wellford, AoE: Brett Roegiers, AoE: Celina Fang, Check out all winners:
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Pictures of the Year Mar 5
Congratulations to all the photographers (and judging crew) who put in many hours to create, select and share your hard work!
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Pictures of the Year Mar 5
Inspiring work recognized in this years' POY. Here's the Lens blog article: The Best Photos From the 76th Pictures of the Year International
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NPPA Mar 4
Such good news. Welcome home!
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Pictures of the Year Mar 2
Congratulations, Documentary Project of the Year! First: “Visual Forensics” Second: “Destroyed” Third: “Climate Crisis: On the trail of global warming” AOE 1: “We’re kids, but we’re also journalists” AOE 2: “Newest Americans” AOE 3: “Operation Infektion”
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Pictures of the Year Mar 2
Thanks for tuning in to ! 👏Keep a lookout for more winners from this year's categories.
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Pictures of the Year Mar 1
Congrats, Documentary Journalism! First: Second: Third: Award of Excellence: Award of Excellence: Award of Excellence:
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Pictures of the Year Mar 1
Documentary Journalism is in the books, and a great year of 🎉Stay tuned for results!
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