IAPP is one of the websites that you will find that are linked together in a wider web of associated press pass mill type websites.
IAPP is one of the websites that you will find that are linked together in a wider web of associated press pass mill type websites. The format of this website along with the others is that they seem to follow a boiler plate type template that highlights the use of German as the primary website language. This makes sense given one of the main individuals associated with this complex web of sites resides in Germany. The company that they established appears to be a registered agent in the state of Nevada. Having the US address enables them to operate as a US business entity.
We prefer not to link to this website, as we do not know what type of tracking cookies or malware may be used on the site. If you wish to explore this site further, a simple web search will show you the way. Based on feedback we have received regarding packets and products that were not received, we can not offer a positive review.
We would suggest contacting them directly but it appears that is quite difficult to do with nothing but an online contact form.
The National Press Photographers Association is dedicated to the advancement of visual journalism – its creation, practice, training, editing and distribution – in all news media and works to promote its role as a vital public service.
The NPPA vigorously promotes freedom of the press in all its forms. We work tirelessly advocating to protect the First Amendment, as well as visual journalists' rights to earn a living from their work. Professional members turn to the Advocacy committee for support and advice when problems arise.
You may find this organization geared more towards larger publications and less to do with individuals (freelance or professional).
NPPA has a variety of membership types
Find out more about the NPPA by visiting https://nppa.org