PART A: REPORTAGE JOURNALISM
The university of Journalism at Columbia college has provided the Pulitzer Prize when you consider that 1917. these days there are prizes in 21 different types from the fields of journalism, literature and song. The Pulitzer Prize Archive offers the historical past of this award from its beginnings to the current: In elements A to E the awarding of the prize in each one classification is documented, commented and organized chronologically. half F covers the heritage of the prize biographically and bibliographically. half G offers the historical past to the selections.
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Op. , p. 25. 92 Herbert Brucker/Ralph McGill/William P. Steven, Report of the National Reporting Jury, undated (March, 1960), p. 1 f. , p. 1. , p. 2. 95 Everest P. Derthick/Raymond Fanning/Felix R. McKnight/Alden C. Waite, Report of the National Reporting Jury, undated (March, 1961), p. 1. XXXVI THE ONLY FLORIDA NEWSPAPER TO WIN ITS SECOND POLITZER AWARD! 1959 : NATIONAL REPORTING HOWARD VAN SMITH of THE MIAMI NEWS awarded The Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for "Nalional Reporting, 1958" — for his series of articles on the deplorable conditions in a Florida Migrant Labor Camp.
25. 107 Joseph G. Harrison/William P. Hobby/Gene Robb/Arville Schaleben, op. , P- 1- XXXIX UPI's Pulitzer Prize-winner United Press International salutes Merriman Smith for winning this year's Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. He won it for his outstanding coverage under great competitive pressure of the assassination of President Kennedy on Nov. 22, 196-3. UPI is proud of this signal tribute to the professional skill and craftsmanship of its White House reporter. [Source: Editor & Publisher * UP!
McKnight/Paul Veblen, Report of the National Reporting Jury, March 3, 1966, p. 1. 109 Cf. ibid. ), op. , p. 26. 111 Frank Angelo/Charles O. Leard/Paul Sann/Thomas Winship, Report of the Jurors of the National Reporting category, undated (March, 1967), p. 1. 112 Cf. the nomination form signed by Edward Cony of the 'Wall Street Journal, • received in the Pulitzer Prize Office by January 31, 1967. XLI [Source: Editor & Publisher (New York), Vol. lOl/No. 20, May 18, 1968, p. ] XLII national Reporting jury and finally to the National Reporting category.
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