Joseph pulitzer

[poo l-it-ser, pyoo-lit-] /ˈpʊl ɪt sər, ˈpyu lɪt-/

Joseph, 1847–1911, U.S. journalist and publisher, born in Hungary.
Joseph. 1847–1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes

annual awards for distinguished work in U.S. journalism, letters, music, etc., 1918, named for U.S. journalist Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911), publisher of the “New York Globe,” who established the awards in 1917 through an endowment to Columbia University.


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