Photographers having access trouble on the Gulf Coast

May 27th, 2010 by Alicia Calzada and tagged , , , , , , , ,

Newsweek is reporting that BP is working with the government to restrict access by journalists, particularly photographers, reporting on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Here are a couple of related stories:

From Media Bistro: CBS Denied Access to Shoot Oil Spill: Coast Guard and Contractors Say, ‘This is BP’s Rules, Not Ours’

From Mother Jones: It’s BP’s Oil

If you are having trouble with access while covering the BP oil spill, or hear about someone else having problems, please contact us at the nppa advocacy committee at or

If you know of another article that addresses this issue, please post it in the comments.


In the meantime, here is the live feed of the spill (controlled by BP):

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