Pulitzers open up to magazines

The contest will consider entries from online and print magazines for two categories: investigative reporting and feature writing.

News organisations can nominate journalists who belong to partnering organisations — even if the organisation does not itself qualify to compete for the prizes.

Pulitzer Prize administrator Mike Pride said the change reflects the reality that a growing number of print and digital magazines are reporting on current events under tighter deadline pressure.

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