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‘Pulitzer on the Road’ radio series

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What makes a Pulitzer Prize winner?

“Pulitzer on the Road” is a new series for radio featuring insightful and thought-provoking conversations with prize-winning authors and journalists who share the stories behind their prize-winning work. This show is based on our sister podcast of the same name.

In this first season, host Nicole Carroll travels across the country to bring you interviews between recent winners and Pulitzer judges: from fiction authors Barbara KingsolverHernan Diaz and Viet Thanh Nguyen discussing craft and literary influences to journalists sharing how they got the story, from international coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to national stories on the border in El Paso, to local investigative work uncovering police corruption in small town Alabama

The “Pulitzer on the Road” radio series is a production of the Pulitzer Prize Board at Columbia University, in collaboration with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University and produced by Central Sound at Arizona PBS.

“Pulitzer on the Road” is distributed nationally by PRX, Content Depot, and also available on request

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Bonus Content

On Monday, March 25, the Pulitzer Prizes launched the official “Pulitzer on the Road” podcast, a new audio series celebrating prize-winning authors and journalists and their work, at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications in Phoenix. The evening discussion included two of the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists featured in the podcast, Caitlin Dickerson from “The Atlantic” and John Archibald of AL.com, as well as the podcast host Nicole Carroll, a Pulitzer Board member and professor of practice at the Cronkite School. They were in conversation with Marjorie Miller, administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes.



John Archibald at AL.com with his team won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in Local Reporting. Central Sound at Arizona PBS had a chance to sit down with John Archibald and talk about his shared win with his son, his transition from working at a print paper to a fully digital paper and how he builds trust with his sources.



Caitlin Dickerson, staff writer for “The Atlantic,” won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting. Central Sound at Arizona PBS sat down with Caitlin Dickerson about the impact of her story, the future of journalism in the digital age and advice to young journalists aspiring to win a Pulitzer.

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