New Pulitzer Prize Celebrates 100 Years


Pulitzer Prize Celebrates 100 Years The Pulitzer Prize was established in 1917 by newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer to honor exemplary achievements in literature, journalism, and music. In addition to thousands of celebrity guests over its broadcast history between 1968 to 1996 (athletes, rock stars, actors and politicians), The Dick Cavett Show also featured in-depth interviews with dozens of Pulitzer Prize winners such as: Robert Penn Warren (1947, All The King's Men) Arthur Miller (1948 - A Streetcar Named Desire; 1949 - Death of A Salesman; 1955 - Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) Eudora Welty (1973 - The Optimist's Daughter) Toni Morrison (1988 - Beloved) Seymour Hersh (1970 - for his foreign correspondence) Read more about The Dick Cavett Show collection here, which is exclusively represented by Global ImageWorks.