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1 Publisher Joseph Pulitzer stepped in and started a drive for donations using his newspaper the New York World.
2 The newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer established the prize.
3 Two newspaper magnates, William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer, turned producing newspapers into a war when they began adding special sections including sports and multiple frame cartoon strips.
4 Named after Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911), the Hungarian-born US newspaper publisher,[www.Sentencedict.com] the prizes were established by Pulitzer's will.
5 Named after Joseph Pulitzer , the Hungarian - born US newspaper publisher, the prizes were established by Pulitzer's will.
6 They were established by the will of Joseph Pulitzer, publisher of the New York World.
7 Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1952.
8 Have you ever heard of the Pulitzer Prizes? Named after Hungarian newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer, this award honors excellence in American literature, journalism, drama and music.
9 In 1895, he purchased the New York Morning Journal, putting him in direct competition with the distinguished Joseph Pulitzer and a circulation war began.
10 The Pulitzer Prize, journalism's highest honor in the US, was set up by newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer and has been awarded annually since 1917.
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