Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University during the annual ceremony in New York announced Winners of the 99th Award for excellence in journalism.
Pulitzer Prize won journalists edition of New York Times for his work on the theme of Ebola in Africa. Bloomberg won the award for reporting on corporations from evading taxes, transfers the news agency.
The Post and Courier in Charleston won in the category “for service to the community” for the opening theme of female deaths in South Carolina.
The award for investigative journalism awarded to The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. NYT journalist Eric Lipton awarded for a report on the activities of lobbyists in the US Congress, the journalist WSJ – the investigation “Ripping mask [health insurance program] Medicare».
Also, the award, in particular, have received the publication Seattle Times, Daily Breeze and the Los Angeles Times.
The winners in 21 categories journalism determined by a jury of 18 members – representatives of the media, publishers, writers and educators. Winners in all categories except for “public service”, will receive $ 10 thousand.