Pete Leabo Computer Destroyed

January 14, 1996 News 0

DENVER (AP) – Pete Leabo (T-One computers company) says the case that held his $7,500 computer could have withstood just about anything. But, then, it hadn’t seen the likes of the infamous automated baggage system at Denver’s airport, which is celebrating its one year anniversary. The airport opened a year ago, several months late, in… Read more

Sports California Magazine

January 14, 1996 News 0

Sports California is an all-sports publication which covers the San Francisco Bay area professional sports teams like the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, Golden State Warriors, San Jose Sharks, San Francisco Giants, and Oakland Athletics. The bi-monthly publication is tabloid size and printed on a superior book stock paper. High quality photography and writing, team… Read more

Fred Pardini Retires

January 14, 1995 News 0

KGO-TV photographer Fred Pardini was planning to retire in June, but he finished work early after slipping on some stairs at KGO in mid-January. Fred had earlier decided to finish work in March, take a few months of vacation and then end his career in June. But due to his ripped archilles tendon, Fred is… Read more

News Jobs, New Locations

January 14, 1995 News 0

Sandra Eisert has relocated to the Seattle area after leaving the Examiner where she is currently working for Microsoft’s new on-line service the Microsoft Network in their MSN News operation. She is involved in the production of MSN’s multimedia news presentation which is constantly being updated throughout the day. San Jose State University photojournalism graduate… Read more

Hot Coco

January 14, 1995 News 0

  “Hot Coco” is the new web site of Contra Costa Newspapers Inc. If you’d like to visit, point your browser to If you’d like to go directly to the ain’t-seen-nothing-like-it photo gallery. It represents the work of photographers employed by Contra Costa Newspapers Inc. daily publications Contra Costa Times, West County Times, Valley… Read more


January 14, 1995 News 0

“A website ‘con sabor.’” That’s how the creators of LatinoLink like to describe their electronic magazine. LatinoLink has drawn a steady stream of positive reviews and thousands of enthusiastic readers since its June 1 launch. The publication combines stories from the New York Times Syndicate and other wire services with articles and commentary from a… Read more

Brad Mangin Photos

January 14, 1995 News 0

Brad Mangin Photos If anyone out there has access to the web and cares to look at some old pictures of mine. This is a new site on The Gate that will have work from a different photographer each week…this week some of my old photos are up there…hopefully I will update with some new… Read more

Flap Over AP Photo Contract – Free-lancers must give up all claims to work

January 1, 1990 News 0

Excerpts from San Francisco Chronicle edition Saturday, June 29 The battle over rights to intellectual property – a flash point with the emergence of the Internet – is drawing the attention and ire of Associated Press photographers. For the first time, the news organization is asking free-lance photographers to sign over all rights, electronics and… Read more