It’s Pulitzer day, which means a select group of newsrooms around the country are celebrating their wins of one of the most prestigious prizes in journalism.
Check Columbia University’s Pulitzer site for all the winners and runners-up, along with links to the nominated work.
We’re also keeping a running list of all the interesting “stories behind the stories” we can find.
See something we missed? Suggest it in the comments and we’ll add it.
Congratulations to all the winners and finalists!
- How a 24-year-old wins a Pulitzer Prize, by Mallory Jean Tenore at Poynter.
- Pulitzer winner Sara Ganim to The Patriot-News staff: Most rewarding part is that people say story changed minds about local reporting, video by Dan Christ at The Patriot-News.
- The reporting process behind the AP’s win for its NYPD surveillance story, via ProPublica’s MuckReads.
- House Homeland Security Committee chairman: AP’s Pulitzer win “an absolute disgrace,” by Joe Pompeo and Azi Paybarah at Capital New York.
- NYU professor Jay Rosen on Huffington Post’s win: “Today’s news will be read as a symbolic crossing point,” by Michael Calderone at the Huffington Post.
- How the Huffington Post ate the Internet, by Michael Shapiro at the Columbia Journalism Review.
- How Pulitzer finalist ‘On Shaky Ground’ developed at California Watch, by Al Tompkins at Poynter.
- Online journalism shines in 2012 Pulitzer picks, by Adrienne LaFrance at the Nieman Journalism Lab.
- How newsrooms reacted to their Pulitzer wins, Storify by Jeff Sonderman.