Entertainment New York Times, New Yorker win Pulitzer for #MeToo reporting

23:46  16 april  2018
23:46  16 april  2018 Source:   New York Daily News

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The New Yorker received the prizes for criticism and feature writing; The New York Times won for international reporting and photography. Photography Pulitzer for Coverage of Refugee Crisis.

The New York Times won three Pulitzer Prizes, and The New York Daily News and ProPublica shared the prize for public service, as journalism presented its highest honors on Monday at a time of steep financial challenges for the industry and unabashed antagonism from a new presidential

Journalism’s top prize was awarded Monday to The New York Times and The New Yorker for reporting that sparked the #MeToo movement.

Staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post shared a prize for national reporting for scoops about Russian interference in the U.S. elections.

The awards, which honor newspapers, magazines, online journalism, literature and music, were announced by Columbia University’s journalism school.

a truck on a city street: Staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post shared a prize for national reporting for scoops about Russian interference in the U.S. elections.© Jefferson Siegel/New York Daily News Staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post shared a prize for national reporting for scoops about Russian interference in the U.S. elections.

Speculation leading up to the announcement pitted the Times against the New Yorker for the top public service prize for stories that stayed in the headlines for much of the year.

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The New York Times won in the international reporting category for “courageous front-line reporting and vivid human stories” on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The Times ’s Pulitzers . Investigative Reporting . "Courting Favor" by Eric Lipton.

They ended up sharing the prize for stories about the #MeToo movement, which revealed sexual harassment in Hollywood and beyond, and put an end to the Tinseltown reign of filmmaker Harvey Weinstein.

The public service prize mentioned the work of The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow, and the Times’ Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.

“Most journalists consider the work they do a calling,” said new Pulitzer administrator Dana Canedy. “Their work is real news of the highest order.”

Canedy’s appearance at the event marked the first time in the prize’s 102-year history that the awards were announced by a black woman.

Each year, judges narrow down the more than 2,400 submissions in 14 journalism and seven arts categories, including music.

Then the Pulitzer board meets in secret to determine the winners.

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The New York Times won awards in two categories. (Mr. LaForgia shared the Pulitzer for local reporting in 2014.) Finalists. Chris Serres, Glenn Howatt and David Joles, The Star Tribune, Minneapolis.

Among the big names walking away with a prize was rapper Kendrick Lamar, who was recognized for his album “DAMN.”

Last year, the Daily News, along with ProPublica, won in the coveted public service category for “uncovering, primarily through the work of reporter Sarah Ryley, widespread abuse of eviction rules by the police to oust hundreds of people, most of them poor minorities.”

The award was established in 1917 after newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer left $250,000 in his will to Columbia to launch a journalism school.

In the will, Pulitzer specified “four awards in journalism, four in letters and drama, one in education and four traveling scholarships.”

The first Pulitzer Prizes were given out after his death on June 4, 191, and the ceremony is now held every April.

John F. Kennedy was the only President to win the award for his book “Profiles in Courage.”

The Pulitzer Prize luncheon takes place in May at Low Library on the Columbia University campus

Winners in the Public Service category are given a gold medal.

Public service Pulitzer awards cannot be given to an individual. But journalists are often named in the citation.

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