In this edition, Todd and I talk about fish photos, the why, how and whether there might be a better way to capture the moment.
We can do better.
From OWAA News November 21, 2014 MISSOULA, Mont. – The Outdoor Writers Association of America has submitted comments to the U.S. Forest Service on the proposed directive for commercial filming in wilderness. OWAA’s comments recommend that the directive specifically exempt professional journalists, either working on media staff, working on an assignment for a media outlet […]
From OWAA News November 11, 2014 MISSOULA, Mont. – Leadership of the Outdoor Writers Association of America has commented on U.S. Forest Service Chief Thomas L. Tidwell’s Nov. 4, 2014, letter of intent regarding the proposed directive for commercial filming in wilderness. Chief Tidwell’s letter responded to concerns raised by OWAA and others that the […]
From OWAA News OWAA President Mark Freeman joins me for a joint post about how OWAA works for you. An important part of any outdoor communicator’s job is to inform the public about the health of our forests, the status of our wildlife populations and the way public lands are managed. For OWAA and its members […]
From OWAA News September 25, 2014 MISSOULA, Mont. – The Outdoor Writers Association of America today strongly criticized a U.S. Forest Service proposal that would require media outlets to pay for special-use permits before they film or take photos in federally designated wilderness areas, thereby severely hampering researching and reporting abilities by the media.“The Outdoor […]