Pulitzer winners lecture series in Slovakia

Pulitzer Prize winning journalists visit Slovakia to meet young aspiring journalists and the Slovak public through the Best Media Traditions project. Read interviews with those who have visited Slovakia so far.

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American journalist Dana Priest has been called a traitor for her revelations of secret “black site” prisons overseas.Tomáš Kušnír, Michal Dudoň7. May 2019, at 13:33

Dana Priest

Ian Johnson: Most people in China are not really aware of censorship

Watch the lecture of the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist delivered in Bratislava in early December.27. Dec 2018, at 13:33

Ian Johnson

It is not enough for elites to read a good newspaper

In a democracy, we need everybody to be well informed, but people are not necessarily willing to pay for quality, says Puitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson.Michaela Terenzani, 14. Nov 2018, at 13:42

Ian Johnson

Pulitzer prize winning journalist: Public lecture in Bratislava and Košice

Ian Johnson will talk in Slovakia about the ideas, faiths, and values that underpin China's rise. Register now for the lecture for free.12. Nov 2018, at 11:07

A 'Golden Bridge of Silk Road' structure outside the National Convention Center, the venue which held the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, in Beijing.

Mendoza: A news story can change the world

Every journalist and editor has the responsibility to take a story beyond their daily beat, says Martha Mendoza, one of the team of four women who won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for their “Seafood…Michaela Terenzani, 27. Mar 2017, at 16:40

Martha Mendoza

Pulitzer laureate: We need to pay attention to climate change now

Deborah Nelson, who won her Pulitzer Prize in 1997, has been reporting on environmental issues throughout her career. Her major report for Reuters, Water’s Edge, was published in 2014 and put a new perspective on…Michaela Terenzani, 17. Oct 2016, at 6:40

Deborah Nelson received the Pulizer Prize in 1997.

This is the Golden Age of access

Pulitzer-winning James Steele says newspapers need investigative reporters to stand back from the rush of daily news and catch things that go under the radarMichaela Terenzani, 23. Oct 2015, at 7:00

James B. Steele

Investigative reporting still stands out

Deeply researched investigative reports of great importance cannot be replaced by tweets or blogs, says Walt Bogdanich, a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner for his investigative reports published in major American…Michaela Terenzani, 14. Oct 2014, at 17:50

Walt Bogdanich

'Good journalism might make people mad'

GOOD journalism might make some people cancel their newspaper subscriptions, Pulitzer Prize winner Abigail Goldman said when admitting that journalists seem to have become overly worried about making people angry…Michaela Terenzani, 18. Nov 2013, at 0:00

Abigail Goldman

Pulitzer winner talks media trends

THE WORLD of classified information is one of the main topics that Pulitzer Prize holder and National Book Award winner Tim Weiner has been devoted to for most of his career.Michaela Terenzani, 1. Nov 2012, at 0:00

Tim Weiner

'Everybody is a walking journalist'

Everybody who wants to be a journalist can become one in the digital age, says Pulitzer-Prize-winning American journalist and academic Joshua Friedman.Michaela Terenzani, 14. Nov 2011, at 0:00

Joshua Friedman