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  • n. Plural form of camerawoman.


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  • I suppose 'camerawomen' would be more appropriate, given that Athena is a woman's name.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • The officers who were guarding the police lines dropped the tape, and reporters and cameramen and camerawomen went running down the block to the scene.

    Respect The Jux

  • One more film I wanted to point out is Women Behind the Camera, Alexis Krasilovsky's brilliant documentary film about female camerawomen from around the world.

    Baltimore Women's Film Festival October 23-26

  • There are few doubts that clandestine cameramen or camerawomen are native North Koreans, otherwise they would attract way too much attention.

    Gallows Pole » Japundit Blog

  • Many CNN cameramen, camerawomen, journalists and producers are working this story.

    CNN Transcript Nov 21, 2001

  • "When I started in the business, there were no women in executive positions, no women producers or directors and certainly no camerawomen," Hancock said this month as she received her WFTV award.

    BBC News - Home

  • Under the DDS experiment with unlettered, marginalised women that began in 1998, there are now 20 such camerawomen. Current News - Top Stories

  • Freelance cameramen and camerawomen around the world can submit TV news and current affairs works to the Rory Peck Awards, sponsored by Sony Professional.


  • Cameramen and camerawomen should submit an entry in one of three categories: Rory Peck Award for News:


  • The prize, in memory of Swedish freelance journalist and cameraman Martin Adler who was murdered while filming in Somalia in 2006, celebrates the work of freelance cameramen and camerawomen in newsgathering.

    Press Gazette Latest News


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