By: E&P Staff
The Pulitzer Prizes were announced this week with much fanfare, and a dozen or more E&P articles and profiles of winners. So now we know who won ? but what is the back story? This week’s E&P audio report fills you in.
Are big papers destined to take the lion?s share from here on out (following The Washington Post taking home six)?
How important are Web components with entries now? Will there ever be a Web-only prize? And why, in a year when judges were convinced to not leak the names of finalists, did most of the winners find out (from Board members) that they had won three days before this week’s announcement?
Editor Greg Mitchell chats with longtime Pulitzer sleuth Joe Strupp. You can listen now or download at: