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2013-11-18 16:25:57

Event Takes Place November 21, 2013, 6 p.m., National Press Club Ballroom cartoonsandcocktails.org WASHINGTON, Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 26th Cartoons & Cocktails will be the largest auction of editorial cartoons this year. Be among the media professionals from all over the country who are the proud owners of unique hand-drawn cartoon art or signed prints. Renowned American and international cartoonists donate their work to the auction each year. Honorary...

2013-05-02 08:31:34

OTTAWA, May 2, 2013 /CNW/ - Thirteen prize-winning editorial cartoons are now available, at no cost, for publication on May 3rd in celebration of World Press Freedom Day. The Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom (CCWPF) will announce the winners of its annual international editorial cartoon competition at a luncheon in Ottawa on Friday, May 3rd.  Selected out of hundreds of submissions from around the world, three top cartoonists will win cash prizes and ten runner-ups...

2012-10-04 23:03:01

Crowded Comics, a New York Startup Company, Creates Original Cartoons, Captioning Technology, and Commander-in-Briefs to Make Headline News Interactive New York, NY (PRWEB) October 03, 2012 Crowded Comics, Inc. announces its official launch today, releasing features on CrowdedComics.com that include original cartoons and caption contests to engage readers in current events and to enable them to share their jokes and opinions. The Crowded Comics launch, particularly of the satirical...

2006-02-03 17:35:45

By Michael Conlon CHICAGO (Reuters) - North American newspapers have given extensive coverage to the anger that cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad unleashed across the world but have taken a hands-off approach to reprinting the caricatures themselves. "I don't see it as a necessity to run them," said John Diaz, editorial page editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. "There's a lot of ways that we can gratuitously offend our readers. We want to avoid that." Muslims generally believe...