Washington Newspaper Publishers Association

Pulitzer Prize winner Jacqui Banaszynski talks about winning trust, honesty and storytelling.

March 11, 2020 With host Mike Dillon
Washington Newspaper Publishers Association
Pulitzer Prize winner Jacqui Banaszynski talks about winning trust, honesty and storytelling.
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Washington Newspaper Publishers Association
Pulitzer Prize winner Jacqui Banaszynski talks about winning trust, honesty and storytelling.
Mar 11, 2020
With host Mike Dillon

Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Jacqui Banaszynski spent 30-some years as a reporter and filed stories from all seven continents, including Antarctica. Her 1988 Pulitzer Prize winning story, "AIDS in the Heartland," followed a gay farm couple from diagnosis to death. In this podcast, Jacqui talks about how she approached that story. She adds that reporters should always be on the lookout for events that lend themselves to good story telling.


Show Notes

Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Jacqui Banaszynski spent 30-some years as a reporter and filed stories from all seven continents, including Antarctica. Her 1988 Pulitzer Prize winning story, "AIDS in the Heartland," followed a gay farm couple from diagnosis to death. In this podcast, Jacqui talks about how she approached that story. She adds that reporters should always be on the lookout for events that lend themselves to good story telling.