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Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography

The Pulitzer Prizes
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The Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography is one of the American Pulitzer Prizes annually awarded for journalism. From 2000 it has used the "breaking news" name but it is considered a continuation of the so-called Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography, 1968–1999. Before 1968 there was a single Prize for photojournalism, the Pulitzer Prize for Photography, which was replaced in that year by Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography and Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography.

Contents

  • List of winners for Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography 1
  • List of winners for Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

List of winners for Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography

There were 33 Spot News Photography prizes awarded in 32 years including two in 1977 (for 1976 work).

List of winners for Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography

One Breaking News Pulitzer has been awarded annually from 2000 without exception.

See also

References

  • Winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography.
  • Winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography.
  1. ^ Joshua Prager, December 2, 2006. "A Photograph's Hidden History", The Wall Street Journal, Weekend Edition, New York
  2. ^ Latson, Jennifer (April 8, 2008). "Reuters photographer's risky shot wins Pulitzer".  
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