Pulitzer Prize Winner Interviews

Tom Fiedler

Tom Fiedler is executive editor of the Miami Herald, where he oversees a staff of nearly 400 news professionals. In 1991, while writing for the Herald, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Reporting for a team report on the Yahweh cult’s political influence and link to several murders. During his career spanning more than three decades at the Herald, Fiedler has held positions including editor of the editorial pages, political editor and columnist, White House correspondent, and war correspondent during the Persian Gulf War. Most notably, he reported on every presidential contest between 1972 and 1996, and he wrote the Florida Institute of Government’s Almanac of Florida Politics (2000). In 2003, the College of Communication presented Fiedler with a Distinguished Alumni Award.

The Interview

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Tom Fiedler
COM ’71 MS
Daniel Goodrich
COM ’75
Stan Grossfeld
COM ’80 MS
Stephen Kurkjian
CAS ’66
Anthony Lewis
Mark Thompson
COM ’75
Helen Ubinas
COM ’94
Don Van Natta, Jr.
COM ’86
Susan Walsh
COM ’87