I must add that this is not the first time it has happened. I had to make similar calls regarding photography taken in Iraq. Once a photo has been kept on file (with or without permission) it is impossible to know if it is being used unless you buy every newspaper every day. It is especially difficult, as in this instance, when a picture has not been captioned at all.
This is lazy journalism, but above all, disrespectful to those supplying you with the content to fill your pages.
[UPDATE] They paid! The video of me on the phone was on Phreadz which is sadly no more.