Volkskrant piece about NOS Sport wins De Tegel journalism prize

Volkskrant piece about NOS Sport wins De Tegel journalism prize
Volkskrant piece about NOS Sport wins De Tegel journalism prize
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Volkskrant journalists Abel Bormans, Maud Effting and Willem Feenstra have won the Tegel in the News category for their revelations about the working atmosphere in the editorial office of NOS Sport. “Good teamwork that made news, but did more than that. Removing the Tile. Exposing practices that are unacceptable,” the jury of the journalism prize said in the jury report.

There were also tiles for journalistic work from and about various war zones. Rob Vreeken won the Tegel in the Reporting category with his Volkskrant reports from Israel in the period shortly after the Hamas attack. Michiel Driebergen from Trouw took home the Tegel in the Foreign category for his pieces about the war in Ukraine. The Pionier-Tegel went to Daphne Wesdorp of the Nederlands Dagblad for her reports from Myanmar and Ukraine, which, according to the jury, were “courageous and made with courage”.

Sinan Can and Daniëlle van Lieshout, among others, also won prizes. According to the jury, their documentary about Syria travelers tells “a special story with great social relevance”. The Tegel for regional journalism went to De Stentor reporter Gep Leeflang for his story about backroom politics in Dutch municipalities. The jury praised his piece as “beautiful journalistic excavation of administrative culture”.

The article is in Dutch

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