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Question 1: Newbranch - Writer, winner of 1920 ________ for editorial writing at the paper.
1999 Pulitzer Prize1985 Pulitzer PrizePulitzer PrizePulitzer Prize for Fiction

Question 2: ________ - Editor, 1894-1896
James BuchananJohn C. CalhounMartin Van BurenWilliam Jennings Bryan

Question 3: ________ was its editor in 1894-96.
Martin Van BurenJohn C. CalhounWilliam Jennings BryanJames Buchanan

Question 4: (The station was dubbed "Omaha World-Herald" television.) Because of a change in ________ law, The World-Herald had to divest the station in 1976.
Federal Communications CommissionUltra high frequencyMobile televisionCBS

Question 5:
The Omaha World-Herald, based in Omaha, Nebraska, is the primary daily newspaper of Nebraska, as well as portions of southwest ________.
MichiganIowaIndianaIllinois

Question 6: Through the World Publishing Co., the former name of the newspaper's parent company, The World-Herald owned Omaha television station ________ from its founding in 1957.
WMTWKCRA-TVKETVKOCO-TV

Question 7: 1920 ________ - Harvey E.
Pulitzer Prize for Investigative ReportingPulitzer Prize for Editorial WritingPulitzer Prize for Feature WritingPulitzer Prize for Public Service

Question 8: 1943 ________ - For its initiative and originality in planning a state-wide campaign for the collection of scrap metal for the war effort.
Pulitzer Prize for Editorial CartooningPulitzer Prize for Editorial WritingPulitzer Prize for Investigative ReportingPulitzer Prize for Public Service







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