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From AJR,   August/September 2006

The Pulitzer Board   

By Donna Shaw
Donna Shaw (shaw@tcnj.edu) is an AJR contributing writer.     

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The Pulitzer Prize Board is dominated by editors and news executives but also includes four academics. Two of them, the president of Columbia University, where the prizes are based, and the administrator of the prizes, do not vote. Voting members may serve up to three three-year terms, and the board itself picks new members. According to the Pulitzer Web site, "In the selection of the members of the board and of the juries, close attention is given to professional excellence and affiliation, as well as diversity in terms of gender, ethnic background, geographical distribution and size of newspaper."

The members are:

Jim Amoss, editor, New Orleans' Times-Picayune

Amanda Bennett, editor, the Philadelphia Inquirer

Lee Bollinger, president, Columbia University

Joann Byrd, former editorial page editor, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Kathleen Carroll, executive editor, the Associated Press

Thomas L. Friedman, columnist, the New York Times

Donald E. Graham, chairman, the Washington Post

Sig Gissler, administrator, the Pulitzer Prizes

Anders Gyllenhaal, editor, Minneapolis' Star Tribune

Jay T. Harris, director, Center for the Study of Journalism and Democracy, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California

David M. Kennedy, history professor, Stanford University

Nicholas Lemann, dean, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University

Ann Marie Lipinski, editor, the Chicago Tribune

Gregory L. Moore, editor, the Denver Post

Richard Oppel, editor, the Austin American-Statesman

Mike Pride, editor, New Hampshire's Concord Monitor

Paul Steiger, managing editor, the Wall Street Journal

Paul Tash, editor, the St. Petersburg Times

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