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  • Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting


    The Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting is a Pulitzer Prize awarded for a distinguished example of breaking news, local reporting on news of the moment. It has been awarded since 1953 under several names: From 1953 to 1963: Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting, Edition Time From 1964 to 1984: Pulitzer Prize for Local General or Spot News Reporting From 1985 to 1990: Pulitzer Prize for General News Reporting From 1991 to 1997: Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Reporting From 1998 to present: Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News ReportingPrior to 1953, a Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting combined both breaking and investigative reporting under one category. The Pulitzer Committee issues an official citation explaining the reasons for the award. Hitherto confined to local coverage, the Breaking News Reporting category was expanded to encompass state and national reporting in 2017.

  • Newspaper endorsements in the 2004 United States presidential election


    During the 2004 United States presidential election, the online edition of Editor & Publisher, a journal covering the North American newspaper industry, tabulated newspaper endorsements for the two major candidates, Republican incumbent George W. Bush and Democratic challenger John Kerry. , their tally shows the following: Endorsements   2004 2000 Bush Gore Neutral,Unknown Bush 190 94 8 88 Kerry 208 43 94 71They note that 43 papers which had endorsed Bush for the 2000 election switched to endorse Kerry for 2004, whereas 8 papers which had endorsed Al Gore in 2000 switched to endorse Bush for 2004. They also listed 18 papers, all of which endorsed Bush in 2000, that declared their neutrality for the 2004 election. They note that the total daily circulation of the papers that have endorsed each candidate is 20,791,336 for Kerry vs. 14,455,046 for Bush. The following is a partial list of the endorsements: Choose not to endorse anyone (all backed Bush in 2000): Cleveland Plain Dealer Detroit News Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Patriot-News New Orleans Times-Picayune Scranton, Pennsylvania Times Tampa, Florida Tribune Winston-Salem, North Carolina Journal For George W.

  • Newspapers in Education


    Newspapers in Education (NiE) is a programme designed to help teachers teach children about newspapers, how they work, and how to use them. National programmes exist in more than 80 countries according to research by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA). Swag One example is New Zealand, where many individual newspapers have such an NiE programme: The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead - www.theforumNIE.com Taranaki Daily News The Dominion Post Manawatu Evening Standard The Marlborough Express The Nelson Mail The Press The Star The Timaru Herald The Southland Times The Sunday Star-Times Waikato TimesThere are different 'levels' of activity papers-one for each curriculum level: Go Zone Junior (Year 1-2) Go Zone (Year 3-4) i-Site (Year 5-6) NewsLinks (Year 7-8) Zoned In (Year 9-10)

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