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Justyna Suchecka and Piotr Szostak, journalists of tvn24.pl, were winners of the Radio ZET Award. Andrzej Woyciechowski 2023. They were awarded for the article “Willa plus. Public money for organizations close to PiS. List”. The final three also included TVN24 journalist Piotr Świerczek for his reportage “The Power of Lie”.

Radio ZET Award The Andrzej Woyciechowski Prize has been awarded for the 19th time. It is considered one of the most prestigious awards of the journalistic world in Poland. The winner was selected by a jury consisting of representatives of the leading and largest Polish media.

The final three included: Michał Janczura (TOK FM) for the radio documentary series “Underground”, Justyna Suchecka and Piotr Szostak (tvn24.pl) for the article “Willa plus. Public money for organizations close to PiS. List” and Piotr Świerczek (TVN24) ) for the report “The Power of Lies”.

The winners of the main prize were Justyna Suchecka and Piotr Szostak.

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Award named after Andrzej Woyciechowski – nominees

The nominees for the main prize were:

● Kamil Dziubka (Onet) for the book “Kulisy PiS”, ● Magdalena Chrzczonowicz (OKO.Press) for a series of publications on the crisis on the border with Belarus,

Marta Gordziewicz (TVN24) for the report “Mr. and Mrs. Ziobro”,

● Paulina Guzik (Więź) for the text “Towarzystwo Maciejowe”, ● Jacek Harłukowicz (Onet) for articles that revealed the fortune of the prime minister’s wife Mateusz Morawiecki● Michał Janczura (TOK FM) for the radio documentary series “Underground”, ● Justyna Suchecka and Piotr Szostak (tvn24.pl) for the article “Willa plus. Public money for organizations close to PiS. List”,

Justyna Suchecka-Jadczak and Piotr Szostak about the arrangements for a subsidy from the Ministry of National Education and ScienceTVN24

Piotr Świerczek (TVN24) for the report “The Power of Lie”,
● Bianka Mikołajewska (Wirtualna Polska) for the article “Millionaires’ Club 2023. Almost half a billion zlotys for 90 people of ‘Good Change'”.

Piotr Tarczyński and Łukasz Pawłowski winners in the “Internet author” category

During the gala, an award was also awarded in the “Internet author” category. The winners were Piotr Tarczyński and Łukasz Pawłowski, creators of the American Podcast.

Here are all the nominees: ● Paulina Górska (Better Climate), ● Piotr Tarczyński and Łukasz Pawłowski (American podcast),
● Karolina Głowacka (Scientific Radio).

Patryk Strzałkowski wins in the “Journalist for the Planet” category

This year, for the first time, the Chapter also awarded an award in the “Journalist for the Planet” category. The award went to Patryk Strzałkowski from Zielona.Gazeta.pl. One of the nominees was Magda Łucyan, a journalist of “Fakty” TVN and TVN24 for her series “Conversations about the end of the world”.

Here are all the nominees: ● Szymon Bujalski (independent journalist; Journalist for Climate), ● Magda Łucyan (Fakty” TVN and TVN24, “Talks about the end of the world”), ● Patryk Strzałkowski (Zielona.Gazeta.pl).

Patryk Strzałkowski is the winner in the category "Journalist for the planet"

Patryk Strzałkowski wins in the “Journalist for the Planet” category Organizer’s photos

Andrzej Woyciechowski Award

The Radio ZET Andrzej Woyciechowski award was granted for the first time in 2005, on the 10th anniversary of the death of its patron. It is considered one of the most prestigious awards of the journalistic world in Poland. The Competition Jury includes outstanding representatives of Polish journalism and the media market, as well as Katarzyna Radziwiłł – Woyciechowski’s daughter.

Andrzej Woyciechowski was a journalist. During his student years, he ran the Warsaw cabaret “Stodoła” and also wrote song lyrics for, among others, Magda Umer. During martial law, he established cooperation with the French press agency Agence France Presse, with the Polish section of the BBC, and with Radio Free Europe. In 1990, he founded Radio Gazeta, which soon changed its name to Radio ZET.

Main photo source: TVN24



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