A quarterly print publication of top notch photojournalism for $300 per year? Seasoned photojournalist Kenneth Jarecke believes there’s a market for it and has launched The Curious Society to prove his point.
Also in the show: Congress passes the CASE Act which establishes a 3-person copyright tribunal as an alternative to filing copyright cases in federal court, and the New York Times licensing department informs photographer Daniel Arnold that they gave away his portrait of Jerry Seinfeld to a real estate developer for free!
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- The Curious Society
- The War Photo No One Would Publish (via The Atlantic)
- Talking Pictures (via YouTube)
- Gary He’s Astrolabe
- Journalists will learn influencing isn’t easy (via Nieman Journalism Lab)
- COVID-19 Relief Bill Creates New Small Claims Copyright Board, Stronger Criminal Penalties for Illicit Streaming