The Pulitzer Prize Board has elected two new individuals to its board
The Pulitzer Prize Board has elected two new individuals to its board.
Columbia College, which administers the prizes, introduced Thursday that Carlos Lozada and David Remnick are becoming a member of the 19-member board composed of main newshounds and information executives around the nation.
Lozada, an related editor and guide critic for The Washington Submit, gained the Pulitzer Prize for Complaint this yr for his essays and critiques on books addressing executive and the American revel in.
Remnick has been the editor of The New Yorker since 1998 and wrote for the scoop mag as a team of workers creator, masking problems on Russia, the Heart East and Europe since 1992. He has gained 4 Pulitzers.
The board arms out the best-known awards in journalism and individuals serve a most of 9 years in three-year phrases.