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ASMP Update Week Ending 5.15.2020

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ASMP Weekly Update Table of Contents Safety While Shooting: The ASMP Guide ASMP Town Hall Q&A – May 15 Advocacy: CASE Act-ion Alert: May Campaign to Secure Senate Co-Sponsors Foundation: ASMP Foundation Announces New Emergency Grant Program Member Spotlight: Stephen Wilkes – Without Them, I Don’t Know What We’d Do Podcasts Forums Events Weekend Reading 5.14.2020 Current News

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ASMP Launches June Member Appreciation Month of Events

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ASMP’s June Member Appreciation Month includes portfolio reviews, webinars, workshops and more. Times are tough, and everyone needs to know they’re appreciated.  That’s why ASMP has designated June as “Member Appreciation Month”  with a very special collection of content and opportunities coming throughout the month – portfolio reviews, workshops, webinars and more.  Most of these events will be available exclusively to ASMP members.  It’s our way of saying, “Thank you.” Thank you for being here…

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ASMP COVID-19 Q&A Town Hall – May 15, 2020 – Video

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ASMP COVID-19 Q&A Town Hall – May 15, 2020 Updates and new material about COVID-19 and other topics featuring ASMP General Counsel Tom Maddrey, Copyright Attorney Michael Klipper and ASMP Executive Director Tom Kennedy. The presentation is followed by a Q&A session. Please visit our COVID-19 Info Hub to see more and follow us on Twitter @ASMP. Related posts: Safety While Shooting: An ASMP Guide for Photographers

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What We Learned This Week: With Violence Against the Media On Rise, Learn to Stay Safe

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Cross-posted from Pro Photo Daily [by David Schonauer] Violence towards the media is on the rise. This week we spotlighted an article from Chris Post, chair of the National Press Photographers Association’s Safety & Security Committee, offering advice on staying safe while covering news in public. Tensions are high, “and the constant pummeling of the ‘Fake News’ mantra doesn’t help calm the already turbulent situation,” noted Post, who cited a number of recent incidents in which…

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