Definition of Pulitzer, Joseph in English:

Pulitzer, Joseph

Line breaks: Jo¦seph Pul|it¦zer
Pronunciation: /ˈpʊlɪtsə
( 1847–1911), Hungarian-born American newspaper proprietor and editor. A pioneer of campaigning popular journalism, he owned a number of newspapers. He made provisions in his will for the establishment of the annual Pulitzer Prizes.

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