Whoa, talk about a new era at the Pulitzers. The Huffington Post just won its first Pulitzer Prize, in the national reporting category for David Wood's 10-part series on the lives of severely wounded veterans and their families. "We are delighted and deeply honored by the award, which recognizes both David’s exemplary piece of purposeful journalism and HuffPost's commitment to original reporting that affects both the national conversation and the lives of real people," said Arianna Huffington.
The Huffington Post, often blasted by critics for its use of aggregation, won its first Pulitzer Prize today. David Wood, HuffPo’s Senior Military Correspondent, won a National Reporting prize for his 10 part series, titled “Beyond ... Read Post
The Huffington Post won its first Pulitzer Prize today for veteran military reporter David Wood's ten-part series about wounded soldiers, Beyond the Battlefield. "It's really a commitment to stories that may not drive traffic," a va... Read Post
The Huffington Postwon its first Pulitzer Prize Monday — becoming the first online-only daily news website to do so. The prize, in the national reporting category, was awarded to veteran reporter David Wood. Read the full story at M... Read Post