Pulitzer Award 2023 winner List

In New York on Monday Pulitzer Award 2023 announced in eight categories for books, music and drama. The Pulitzer Prize is a prestigious award given annually in the United States for achievements in various categories of journalism, literature, and musical composition. It was established by the provisions of the will of Joseph Pulitzer, a Hungarian-American journalist and newspaper publisher, and is administered by Columbia University in New York City. The first Pulitzer Prizes were awarded in 1917, recognizing outstanding achievements in journalism, literature, and music.

The Pulitzer Prize recognizes excellence in the following categories:

Journalism Categories: a. Public Service b. Breaking News Reporting c. Investigative Reporting d. Explanatory Reporting e. Local Reporting f. National Reporting g. International Reporting h. Feature Writing i. Commentary j. Criticism k. Editorial Writing l. Editorial Cartooning m. Breaking News Photography n. Feature Photography

Letters, Drama, and Music Categories: a. Fiction b. Drama c. History d. Biography or Autobiography e. Poetry f. General Nonfiction g. Music

The Pulitzer Prizes are awarded by a board of jurors, and the winners are announced each year in April. The recipients are selected based on the recommendations of the jurors in each category, and the awards are presented at a ceremony in May or June.

About Pulitzer Award

The Pulitzer Prize was established by the will of Joseph Pulitzer, a Hungarian-born American newspaper publisher and journalist. Joseph Pulitzer was born on April 10, 1847, in Makó, Hungary, and later immigrated to the United States. He became a prominent figure in American journalism, known for his innovative approach to reporting and for his newspaper, the New York World.

In his will, Joseph Pulitzer left funds to Columbia University in New York City to establish the Pulitzer Prizes. The prizes were to be awarded in recognition of excellence in journalism, literature, and music. The first Pulitzer Prizes were awarded in 1917, two years after Joseph Pulitzer’s death. Initially, the prizes included categories such as reporting, editorial writing, and biography, among others. Over time, the number of categories expanded to cover a wide range of fields, including journalism, literature, drama, and music.

Today, the Pulitzer Prizes are highly prestigious awards that are considered among the most esteemed recognitions in their respective fields. They are awarded annually by Columbia University’s Pulitzer Prize Board based on the recommendations of expert juries in each category.

List of winners

Pulitzer Award for Public Service:

The Associated press won the Pulitzer Award for Public Service during wartime coverage of Ukrainian city of Mariupol. The Associated Press (AP) is a renowned news agency based in the United States. It is a not-for-profit news organization that provides news coverage to media outlets worldwide. While the AP is not eligible to receive Pulitzer Prizes as an organization, its journalists and reporters have won numerous individual Pulitzer Prizes for their outstanding work.

Pulitzer Award for International Reporting

New York times won the award for international reporting for covering stories about Russia’s incursion of Ukraine. The New York Times is one of the most renowned newspapers in the United States and has won numerous Pulitzer Prizes throughout its history. The Pulitzer Prizes recognize outstanding achievements in journalism, literature, and music.

Pulitzer Award for National Reporting

Caroline Kitchener reporter from Washington Post won the Pulitzer award for National Reporting on abortion in United Stated. Last year supreme court overturned the landmark 1973 Roev. Wade ruling. The Roe v. Wade ruling refers to a landmark decision made by the United States Supreme Court in 1973. In this case, the court ruled that state laws banning or restricting access to abortion violated a woman’s constitutional right to privacy as protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

Pulitzer Award for Investigative Reporting

The wall street Journal won the Pulitzer Award for Investigative Reporting for revealing financial conflicts of interest among dozens of federal agencies. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is a widely recognized and influential newspaper published in the United States. It is known for its coverage of business, financial news, and global affairs. The WSJ provides in-depth reporting, analysis, and opinion pieces on a wide range of topics, including economics, politics, technology, markets, and more.

The Wall Street Journal has a reputation for its rigorous journalism and often caters to a business and professional readership. It covers domestic and international news, offering insights into the global economy and financial markets. The newspaper includes sections such as Business, Markets, World News, Opinion, and Lifestyle.


Pulitzer Award for Breaking news

The Los Angeles Times won the Pulitzer Award for Breaking News for revealing a secretly recorded conversations among city officials. The Los Angeles Times is a daily newspaper published in Los Angeles, California. It is one of the largest and most widely read newspapers in the United States. The newspaper covers a wide range of topics including local news, national and international news, business, sports, entertainment, and more.

The Los Angeles Times was first published in 1881 and has since become a prominent and influential publication in the region. Over the years, it has won numerous Pulitzer Prizes for its journalism and has been recognized for its investigative reporting, coverage of politics and government, and cultural reporting.