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executive Summary
1 introduction
The effect of the digital era
The new democracy of photography
The effect of stock photography on the editorial market
Multi-tasking and multi-skilling
Authors’ rights
Restrictions on photography
2 the Survey
Author’s Rights (moral and economic rights)
Other Legal Conditions: Legal restrictions
Training and Further Training
3 analysis of the survey results
General section
Problems facing photojournalists, by country
Analysis
Social conditions
Legal and professional conditions
Fees for reuse
Training
Other commercial activities
4 the challenges facing photojournalism
5 the way forward
Representation
Best practice
On authors’ rights
Networking among and with photojournalists
Equal opportunities
Multi-skilling
Photography in public places
Further Training and Education
APPENDIx B: eFJ Media release, 16 December 2008
APPENDIx C: “the professional future of photographers”
APPENDIx G: london G-20 protests and the death of ian tomlinson
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Photojournalism

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Published by: Shreya Banerjee on Dec 13, 2011
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