Premio Pulitzer per il miglior giornalismo investigativo

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Il Premio Pulitzer per il miglior giornalismo investigativo (Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting) è uno dei quattordici Premi Pulitzer per il giornalismo che vengono conferiti ogni anno in America. Viene assegnato a un giornalista o a una redazione che si siano distinti per un articolo o una serie di articoli di Giornalismo investigativo. Amministrato dalla Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism di New York, è stato assegnato a partire dal 1953, seppure con diverse denominazioni: Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting, No Edition Time dal 1953 al 1963, Pulitzer Prize for Local Investigative Specialized Reporting dal 1964 al 1984 e l'attuale denominazione dal 1985 ad oggi[1].

Lista dei Vincitori[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting, No Edition Time[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  • 1953: Edward J. Mowery, New York World-Telegram & Sun
  • 1954: Alvin McCoy, The Kansas City Star
  • 1955: Roland Kenneth Towery, Cuero Record (Texas)
  • 1956: Arthur Daley, The New York Times
  • 1957: Wallace Turner e William Lambert, Portland Oregonian
  • 1958: George D. Beveridge, Washington Evening Star (Washington, D.C.)
  • 1959: John Harold Brislin, The Times-Tribune (Scranton)
  • 1960: Miriam Ottenberg, Washington Evening Star (Washington, D.C.)
  • 1961: Edgar May, Buffalo Evening News
  • 1962: George William Bliss, Chicago Tribune
  • 1963: Oscar Griffin, Jr., Pecos Independent and Enterprise

Pulitzer Prize for Local Investigative Specialized Reporting[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  • 1964: James V. Magee, Albert V. Gaudiosi e Frederick Meyer, Philadelphia Bulletin
  • 1965: Gene Goltz, Houston Post
  • 1966: John Anthony Frasca, Tampa Tribune
  • 1967: Gene Miller, Miami Herald
  • 1968: J. Anthony Lukas, The New York Times
  • 1969: Al Delugach e Denny Walsh, St. Louis Globe-Democrat
  • 1970: Harold Eugene Martin, Montgomery Advertiser and Alabama Journal
  • 1971: William Jones, Chicago Tribune
  • 1972: Timothy Leland, Gerard M. O'Neill, Stephen A. Kurkjian e Ann Desantis, Boston Globe
  • 1973: The Sun Newspapers Of Omaha
  • 1974: William Sherman, New York Daily News
  • 1975: Indianapolis Star
  • 1976: Staff of Chicago Tribune
  • 1977: Acel Moore e Wendell Rawls, Jr., The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • 1978: Anthony R. Dolan, Stamford Advocate
  • 1979: Gilbert M. Gaul e Elliot G. Jaspin, Pottsville Republican (Pennsylvania)
  • 1980: Stephen A. Kurkjian, Alexander B. Hawes Jr., Nils Bruzelius, Joan Vennochi e Robert M. Porterfield, Boston Globe
  • 1981: Clark Hallas e Robert B. Lowe, Arizona Daily Star, "for their investigation of the University of Arizona Athletic Department."
  • 1982: Paul Henderson, Seattle Times
  • 1983: Loretta Tofani, The Washington Post
  • 1984: Kenneth Cooper, Joan Fitz Gerald, Jonathan Kaufman, Norman Lockman, Gary McMillan, Kirk Scharfenberg e David Wessel, Boston Globe

Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  • 1985: Lucy Morgan e Jack Reed, St. Petersburg Times (Florida). William K. Marimow, The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • 1986: Jeffrey A. Marx e Michael M. York, Lexington Herald-Leader (Kentucky)
  • 1987: Daniel R. Biddle, H. G. Bissinger e Fredric N. Tulsky, The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • 1988: Dean Baquet, William C. Gaines e Ann Marie Lipinski, Chicago Tribune
  • 1989: Bill Dedman, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • 1990: Lou Kilzer e Chris Ison, Minneapolis Star-Tribune
  • 1991: Joseph T. Hallinan e Susan M. Headden, The Indianapolis Star
  • 1992: Lorraine Adams e Dan Malone, The Dallas Morning News
  • 1993: Jeff Brazil e Stephen Berry, Orlando Sentinel (Florida)
  • 1994: Staff del The Providence Journal (Rhode Island)
  • 1995: Stephanie Saul e Brian Donovan, Newsday
  • 1996: Staff del The Orange County Register
  • 1997: Eric Nalder, Deborah Nelson e Alex Tizon, The Seattle Times
  • 1998: Gary Cohn e Will Englund, The Baltimore Sun
  • 1999: Staff del Miami Herald
  • 2000: Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley e Martha Mendoza, Associated Press
  • 2001: David Willman, Los Angeles Times
  • 2002: Sari Horwitz, Scott Higham e Sarah Cohen, The Washington Post
  • 2003: Clifford J. Levy, The New York Times
  • 2004: Michael D. Sallah, Joe Mahr e Mitch Weiss, Toledo Blade
  • 2005: Nigel Jaquiss del Willamette Week, Portland, Oregon
  • 2006: Susan Schmidt, James V. Grimaldi e R. Jeffrey Smith del The Washington Post
  • 2007: Brett Blackledge del The Birmingham News
  • 2008: Walt Bogdanich e Jake Hooker del The New York Times. Lo staff del The Chicago Tribune
  • 2009: David Barstow del The New York Times
  • 2010: Barbara Laker e Wendy Ruderman del Philadelphia Daily News. Sheri Fink di ProPublica, in collaborazione con The New York Times Magazine
  • 2011: Paige St. John del Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • 2012: Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman, Eileen Sullivan e Chris Hawley dell'Associated Press
  • 2013: David Barstow e Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab, The New York Times
  • 2014: Chris Hamby del Center for Public Integrity, Washington, D.C.
  • 2015: Eric Lipton del The New York Times. Lo staff di The Wall Street Journal
  • 2016: Leonora LaPeter Anton e Anthony Cormier del The Tampa Bay Times. Michael Braga del Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Note[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  1. ^ Prize Winners categories, su pulitzer.org. URL consultato l'11 gennaio 2017.

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