Joseph Pulitzer : voice of the people
- DVD 921 P981J (CEN)
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing, English descriptive audio.
Narrated by Adam Driver ; voices, Liev Schreiber, Lauren Ambrose, Rachel Brosnahan, Hugh Dancy, Ryan-James Hatanaka, Billy Magnussen, Tim Blake Nelson, Sebastian Stan.
[Arlington, Virginia] : PBS Distribution, 
Title from container.
Originally broadcast on PBS as part of the series American Masters in 2019.
Bonus features: Lynden Steele, asst. photo editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Ferguson and Pulitzer Prizes ; Nicholson Baker at Duke Archive Warehouse ; David Redden describes the building of Pulitzer's home by Sandford White ; interview with Oren Rudavsky.
Joseph Pulitzer arrived in the United States during the Civil War as a penniless immigrant who spoke no English and proceeded to create two best-selling newspapers--and a major fortune. This immigrant was famous in his own time for the outsized financial success of his newspapers and his outspoken, cantankerous editorial voice. From the start of his career as a journalist, Pulitzer championed what he regarded as the sacred role of the free press in a democracy.