The Washington Times - December 8, 2008, 05:40PM

The Pulitzer Prize board will allow submissions from Web-only journalism sites, saying it needs to “keep up with the changing media landscape,” Editor and Publisher is reporting.

This comes on the heels of reports that the Tribune Co. is filing for bankruptcy, the McClatchy Co. is trying to sell the Miami Herald, the Scripps Co. is seeking to sell the Rocky Mountain News, the New York Times is planning to secure a $225 million loan by using its building as collateral and Cox Newspapers is shutting down its Washington, D.C., bureau.


What is a self-respecting, journalism prize-giving organization to do but allow entries from the Internet? It’s all that’s left!