The Digital Journalist
Issue 77
March 2004
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PUBLISHER'S LETTER
Welcome by Dirck Halstead
Welcome to the March 2004 issue of The Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
DISPATCHES
Notes from the field
Haiti, Kerry photos
PHOTO JOURNALISM
We're Screwed
Last month I picked up a copy of the Washington Times to see a picture of Jane Fonda on the front page.
by James Colburn
Common Cents
There's no point in taking a luxury cruise if you know that the ship is going to sink during the trip...
by Mark Loundy
The Realities of Flying in the Post 9/11 World for Photographers
Like most photojournalists, I spend a lot of time on airplanes.
by Dirck Halstead
What Happened At KSTP That Opened The Exit Door For So Many?
It's been just over a year since KSTP-TV5 photojournalist John Gross eMailed me with the news that Hubbard Broadcasting was dropping KSTC's hour-long 9 p.m. newscast, eliminating 27 full and part-time jobs in its wake.
by Kim Fatica
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FEATURES
Camera Corner: The Nikon D2H Digital Camera
Nikon's latest entry into the digital race, the D2H, is very fast. It's an instant turn on, in feel and handling as well as shooting readiness.
by Chick Harrity
Will more than 100 billion digital images be captured worldwide in 2005?
I am still confident that camera phones will revolutionize the photography industry.
by Evan Nisselson
SPECIAL REPORT
The Cameras of PMA
Digital Photography is no longer special. It now is photography.
by Dirck Halstead
VIDEO JOURNALISM
TV News in a Postmodern World:
News Is A Conversation
The people closest to the product and therefore the conflicts that accompany its creation generally have the collective business answers you seek.
by Terry L. Heaton
Novels of War
It never occurred to me that being a journalist carried with it individual and collective guilt.
by Ron Steinman
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