Our fundraising model—and our ability to provide grants to journalists like you—relies on a virtuous circle: Prominent credit in news outlets for our support of quality reporting allows us to raise money for even more ambitious reporting.

Therefore, any content produced in any format (print, digital, video, broadcast, podcast, exhibition, book, etc.) that arises from a Pulitzer Center grant must credit our partnership. The credit should appear prominently on the first page/landing page for a print or digital story and should be delivered on-air in the host's introduction for broadcast stories, radio pieces, podcasts, and videos. For projects of significant scope, our logo may also be included. 

Our credit language is:

This story/series was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center

-or-

This story/series was supported by the Pulitzer Center

Here are some examples:


The New York Times

NYT Credit
NYT Credit

The New York Times Magazine

The New York Times Magazine credit for Pulitzer Center support
The New York Times Magazine credit for Pulitzer Center support

The Associated Press

Associated Press credit for Pulitzer Center support.
Associated Press credit for Pulitzer Center support.

The New Yorker

The New Yorker credits the Pulitzer Center.
The New Yorker credits the Pulitzer Center.

The Boston Globe

Boston Globe credit for Pulitzer Center support.
Boston Globe credit for Pulitzer Center support.

CNN

CNN credit for Pulitzer Center support.
CNN credit for Pulitzer Center support.

Politico Magazine

Politico credit for Pulitzer Center support.
Politico credit for Pulitzer Center support.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette credit for Pulitzer Center support.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette credit for Pulitzer Center support.