The Pulitzer Prizes in the Digital Age
Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) teleconference: The Pulitzer Prizes in the Digital Age.
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The Pulitzer Prizes, named after publisher Joseph Pulitzer and administered by Columbia University in New York City, is considered one of the highest achievements in journalism, literature, drama and music. The 2010 Pulitzer Prize winners and nominated finalists in all categories will be announced on April 13, 2010, at 3 p.m. Eastern daylight time.
Ninety-three years after the first awards were given out, how has the Pulitzer Prizes changed in the age of digital journalism? Join us on a BlogTalkRadio session for a Q&A with journalists who have been involved in the Pulitzer Prize process — as an administrator, judge or winner.
- Sig Gissler, Administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes and Columbia University journalism professor
- Jai Singh, Managing Editor, Huffington Post (2010 Pulitzer Prize Judge)
- M.L. Elrick, Investigative reporter, Detroit Free Press (2009 Local Reporting Pulitzer Prize Winner)
- Liza Gross, Executive director of the International Women’s Media Foundation (2007 and 2008 Photography Pulitzer Prize Judge)
Moderator: Ellen Lee, Freelance Journalist
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