First as a journalist and then as the accomplished publisher of his own New York newspaper, the New York World, Pulitzer called out the deployment of “fake news” and championed the importance of freedom of the press. During America’s Gilded Age, he emerged as the country’s first media titan for the world to see.
Presented by Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival. Temple University’s Feinstein Center for American Jewish History is honored to be a community sponsor.
Tickets available at pjff.org.