Ortega y Gasset Awards

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The Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards are named after the Spanish philosopher and journalist José Ortega y Gasset. The awards were created by the newspaper El País in 1984.

Every year, these awards are given to journalists whose work has shown a remarkable defense of freedom, independence and professional rigor. The awards are currently divided into four categories:

  • Periodismo impreso (printed journalism)
  • Periodismo digital (digital journalism)
  • Periodismo gráfico
  • Trayectoria profesional


  • 2000: John Carlin
  • 2001: José Valdés and the Research team of Reforma (Print Journalism). Gorka Lejarcegi (Photojournalism).
  • 2002
  • 2003:
    • Mejor artículo de opinión (Best Opinion Article): Roberto Pombo:
    • Xurxo Lobato (Best Graphic News).
    • Spanish journalists who distinguished themselves in the war in Iraq (Special Award)
  • 2004: Bru Rovira (Print Journalism). Sergio Pérez Sanz (Graphic Information). El Nuevo Día (Print Journalism)
  • 2005:
    • Leticia Álvarez and Rosana Lanero – El Comercio, Gijón. (Best Information Work).
    • Giannina Segnini, Ernesto Rivera and Mauricio Herrera – La Nación (Best Research Work).
    • Pablo Torres (Photography).
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2012

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