Tuesday, April 15, 2008

One researcher. Three Pulitzers

Buried in the column by the Washington Post's ombudsman, Deborah Howell, praising the contributions of editors and other staff to some of the Post's six Pulitzers this year, is this:
And one researcher, Julie Tate, was credited for important contributions to three Pulitzer-winning entries.
This means researchers have been cited in at least a dozen, maybe two, Pulitzer awards in the last few years. Congratulations.

Oh, and then there's this:
Twenty-five Pulitzers have been awarded since Len Downie became executive editor in 1991, the most for any editor in history.

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