Mexico’s National Journalism Prize goes to Audio infos writer


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Mexico’s National Prize for Journalism for 2012 was awarded on March 13 in Mexico City to Kimberly Armengol and the magazine Audio infos (Latin American edition) in the category “specialist scientific coverage”(“Divulgación especializada de la ciencia”). The prestigious award was given for articles published in 2012. A total of 7,992 articles were submitted for this competition, with 47 receiving prizes at this 42nd ceremony for the

Certamen Nacional e Internacional de Periodismo del Club de Periodistas de México AC (National and International Journalism Prizes organised by the Journalists’ Club of Mexico). The Mayor of Mexico City, Miguel Ángel Mancera, presided over the ceremony, which saw outstanding national and international news media and journalists receive awards, among which were: the Russian agency, RIA Novosti, Notimex, the newspaper La Jornada, TV UNAM, Carlos Loret de Mola, Javier Alatorre, and others.

Coming soon: Kimberly Armengol's articles in the Focus on section!

Patricia Corrales