ProPublica Editor on Pulitzer Wins

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

The winners of the most prestigious honor in newspaper journalism were announced yesterday. The Pulitzer Prize committee gave four awards to The Washington Post and following close behind was The New York Times. Notably, one of the awards granted The New York Times was shared by the nonprofit investigative news organization, ProPublica, which is a new kind of journalistic outfit.

For more on the role of nonprofit journalism, and some of the other winners, we hear from Steve Engelberg, ProPublica's managing editor, who also served as a Pulitzer judge.


Steve Engelberg

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