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 those whose work has shown "a remarkable defense of freedom, independence, honesty and professional rigor as essential virtues of journalism"[1]. The awards were originally divided in four categories:

  • Periodismo impreso (printed journalism)
  • Periodismo digital (digital journalism)
  • Periodismo gráfico (graphic journalism)
  • Trayectoria profesional (career award)

As of 2016, the new categories are:

  • Mejor Historia e Investigación Periodística (Best Story or Journalistic Investigation)
  • Mejor Cobertura Multimedia (Best Multimedia Coverage)
  • Mejor Fotografía (Best photography)
  • Trayectoria profesional (Career Award)

Winners[edit]

  • 2000:
    • Best Information Work: Ernesto Ekaizer
    • Best Opinion Article: Fernando Savater
    • Best Research Work: John Carlin
    • Graphic: Julio Villarino
  • 2001:
    • Print: José Valdés and the research team of Reforma
    • Graphic: Gorka Lejarcegi
    • Career award El Comercio, Lima.
  • 2002
  • 2003:
    • Best Opinion Article: Roberto Pombo
    • Best Information Work: Spanish journalists who distinguished themselves in the war in Iraq (Special Award)
    • Graphic: Xurxo Lobato
  • 2004:
  • 2005:
    • Best Information Work: Leticia Álvarez and Rosana Lanero – El Comercio
    • Best Research Work: Giannina Segnini, Ernesto Rivera and Mauricio Herrera – La Nación
    • Graphic: Pablo Torres
  • 2006
    • Print: Matías Vallés, Felipe Armendáriz and Marisa Goñi, journalists of Diario de Mallorca
    • Digital: Sandra Balsells
    • Graphic: Sergio Caro
    • Career Award: Lozano family for La Opinión of Los Angeles
  • 2007
  • 2008
    • Print: Sanjuana Martínez
    • Digital: Yoani Sánchez
    • Graphic: Gervasio Sánchez
    • Career Award: Zeta Magazine
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
    • Print: Octavio Enriquez
    • Digital: Carlos Martínez D'Abuisson
    • Graphic: Cristóbal Manuel Sánchez Rodríguez
    • Career Award: Moisés Naím
  • 2012
    • Print: Humberto Padgett
    • Digital: Carmela Ríos
    • Graphic: Carlos Jacobo Méndez
    • Career Award: Sir Harold Evans
  • 2013
    • Print: Alberto Salcedo Ramos
    • Digital: Juan Ramón Robles
    • Graphic: Emilio Morenatti
    • Career Award: Jesús de la Serna
  • 2014
    • Print: Pablo Ferri Tórtola, Alejandra Sánchez Inzunza and José Luis Pardo
    • Digital: Álvaro de Cózar, Mónica Ceberio, Cristina Pop, Luis Almodóvar, Álvaro de la Rúa, Paula Casado, Fernando Hernández, Ana Fernández, Rubén Gil, José María Ocaña, Gorka Lejarcegi, Gema García and Mariano Zafra
    • Graphic: Pedro Armestre
    • Career Award: Alan Rusbridger
  • 2015
    • Print: Pedro Simón y Alberto Di Lolli
    • Digital: Gerardo Reyes
    • Graphic: José Palazón
    • Career Award: Teodoro Petkoff
  • 2016
    • Best Story or Journalistic Investigation: Joseph Zárate Salazar (for his story "The woman of the blue lagoon against the black lagoon")
    • Best Multimedia Coverage: Lilia Saúl and Ginna Morelo (for their coverage "The disappeared")[2]
    • Best Photography: Samuel Aranda
    • Career Award: Adam Michnik
  • 2017
    • Best Story or Journalistic Investigation: El Periódico of Catalunya (for a series of stories on various cases of pedophilia in several schools in Barcelona)[3]
    • Best Multimedia Coverage: Univisión Noticias (for their story "Holidays in no man's water")[4]
    • Best Photography: Yander Alberto Zamora
    • Career Award: Alma Guillermoprieto
  • 2018
    • Best Story or Journalistic Investigation: Miriam Castillo, Nayeli Roldán and Manuel Ureste (for their investigation "The master scam")[5]
    • Best Multimedia Coverage: Univisión, Inger Díaz Barriga (for her story "Better go, Cristina")[6]
    • Best Photography: David Armengou and Marcela Miret
    • Career Award: Soledad Gallego-Díaz
  • 2019

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Peruvian, Mexican and Colombian journalists take home Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards". Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. Retrieved 2018-06-11.
  2. ^ México, El Universal, Compañia Periodística Nacional. "Desaparecidos". interactivo.eluniversal.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-06-11.
  3. ^ Periódico, El. "Abusos en los Maristas". elperiodico (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-06-11.
  4. ^ "Cruceros vacacionales, una sospechosa historia multimillonaria de paraísos fiscales | Univision". huelladigital.univisionnoticias.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-06-11.
  5. ^ Político, Animal. "La Estafa Maestra: Graduados en desaparecer dinero público" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-06-11.
  6. ^ Barriga, Inger Díaz. "Podcast: Mejor vete, Cristina". Univision. Retrieved 2018-06-11.
  7. ^ a b c d "La revista '5W', 'El Pitazo', Vincent West y Darío Arizmendi, ganadores de los premios Ortega y Gasset en su 36ª edición". El País (in Spanish). 11 April 2019. ISSN 1134-6582. Retrieved 14 April 2019.

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