List of Awards to NewsLanc’s Hungarian sister publication

 

Like Newslanc, Abcúg is sponsored by the Real Reporting Foundation.

Like NewsLanc, it is devoted to bringing factual information to its readership.

Despite a decade of reliable reporting of community and state happenings by Chris Hart-Nibbrig and Bill Keisling and  proven right time and again for its editorial positions, NewsLanc has yet to be honored..

We will leave why to the imaginations of readers .

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Eszter Neuberger  Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network’s Award “About Poverty with Dignity” 2019

https://abcug.hu/a-szegenysegrol-meltosaggal-dijat-kapott-az-abcug-ujsagiroja/

 

Award for Quality Journalism, 2018, October

https://abcug.hu/az-abcug-munkatarsai-kaptak-az-oktoberi-minosegi-ujsagirasert-dijat/

 

Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network’s Award “About Poverty with Dignity” 2018

Tamás Szegő Award for Young Journalists 2017

https://abcug.hu/a-mosolyhoz-tartozo-arc-alaposan-megoregedett/

 

Illés Szurovecz

 

Quality Journalism Award, December 2017

Longform interactive on the struggling middle class in Hungary

https://abcug.hu/kozeposztaly/

Andras D. Hajdu, Marton Magocsi, Illes Szurovecz, Sara Toth

 

Hégető Honorka Award for best television/online documentary, 2017

Multimedia feature on a couple with mental disabilities

https://abcug.hu/olyan-szerelmesek-mint-egy-hollywoodi-par/

Marton Magocsi, Illes Szurovecz

 

Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network’s Award “About Poverty with Dignity” 2017- Special Prize

https://abcug.hu/kulondijazott-lett-az-abcug-ket-ujsagiroja/

 

Dr. Tamás Szegő Award

http://www.emasa.hu/cikk.php?page=karrier&id=12603

 

For Ákos Albert (Former Abcúg journalist).

 

Quality Journalism Award, December 2017

https://abcug.hu/az-abcug-ujsagiroja-kapta-juniusi-minosegi-ujsagirasert-dijat/

 

Dr. Tamás Szegő Award 2015

http://www.emasa.hu/cikk.php?page=karrier&id=12603

 

 

For András Mizsur

 

Antigma Award, 2018

https://abcug.hu/az-orvosok-es-rokonok-is-ellehetetlenitik-a-skizofrenek-eletet/

 

Award for Quality Journalism, 2018, October

For Eszter Prókai

 Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network’s Award “About Poverty with Dignity” 2017- Special Prize

https://abcug.hu/kulondijazott-lett-az-abcug-ket-ujsagiroja/

 

For Márton Magócsi (photographer)

Quality Journalism Award, December 2017

Longform interactive on the struggling middle class in Hungary

https://abcug.hu/kozeposztaly/

Andras D. Hajdu, Marton Magocsi, Illes Szurovecz, Sara Toth

 

Hégető Honorka Award for best television/online documentary

Multimedia feature on a couple with mental disabilities

https://abcug.hu/olyan-szerelmesek-mint-egy-hollywoodi-par/

Marton Magocsi, Illes Szurovecz

 

Hungarian Press Photo Award (Documentary photography)

Story on families living without electricity

https://abcug.hu/ezeknel-van-aram-ezek-jol-elnek/

Marton Magocsi (journalist on story: Vincze Ballai)

 

Hungarian Press Photo Award (Feature story)

Story on how an NGO is working to alleviate energy proverty

https://abcug.hu/napelemre-cserelik-szegenyek-gyertyait/

Marton Magocsi (journalist on story: Akos Albert)

 

Scholarship for the Journalism Fellowship Programme

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford

 

For Hajdú D. András (photographer)

Quality Journalism Award 2018

https://abcug.hu/minosegi-ujsagiras-dijat-nyertek-az-abcug-munkatarsai/

 

Hungarian Press Photo Award (Sport photography)

https://abcug.hu/ugy-indult-itt-az-elso-nagypalyas-merkozesem-hogy-birot-meg-akartak-verni-focistaim/

 

Hungarian Press Photo Award Documentary photography

https://abcug.hu/a-csalad-remenysege-a-szoke-kek-szemu-szofi/

 

Capa Grand Prize and Scholarship

https://capa-nagydij.capacenter.hu/capaSite/fellowship

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Updated: April 1, 2019 — 11:14 am

2 Comments

  1. What factual reporting? Why are you interested in eastern europe? You sir have not earned the right to publish editorials. You act like your opinion is a gift from on high.

  2. I challenge you to point out any information we have published that is not accurate. I recall once while we were reaching several hundred people a day that someone pointed out a minor mistake. We immediately corrected it and publicly acknowledged our error. That is once in almost a decade. As for my opinion, I think we earned the right to speak out about abuses. Check out http://www.newslanc.com/about/.

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