IE Business School organizes IX edition of the Ibero-American Economic Journalism Prize
The event is coorganized with CAF, the Development Bank of Latin America.
The objective of the prize is to recognize the best journalism (newspaper, magazines, blogs, websites, radio or television) in Spain, Portugal and Latin America with the aim of raising awareness of the role of economics in society.
For the ninth edition, work on the theme of innovation and technology for the development of Latin America will be taken into account, although not exclusively.
The Ibero-American Economic Journalism Prize is unique in the region.
The Ibero-American Economic Journalism Prize is unique in the region, and since it was launched, more than 2,000 articles have been submitted and hundreds of journalists and reference media have participated.
In line with this year’s theme, a new category has been created this year: a prize for technological innovation in the economic press will be awarded to the best innovation project in terms of format, content or services. This can be a video, podcast, mobile services, online-offline hybrid projects, new sources of revenue, alerts, VR, apps, or any other innovative project launched during 2019.
The IX edition of the prize awards $8,000 to the best journalism in the region. Submissions can be made until January 30, 2020. You can read the full award rules here.
Success of the VIII Edition
More than 200 articles, reports, interviews, and other informative formats were submitted last year from more than 70 media and around 100 economic journalists in the region.
The jury awarded ¿Salida de EE.UU. del acuerdo favorece al Perú? by Daniel Macera, published in Peru’s El Comercio, the Best Article in the Daily Press Category. The best article in the Non-Daily Press category was awarded to El arte de negociar con Trump, by Verónica García de León Robles and published in the Mexican magazine Expansión.
The jury also highlighted the work of Correio Brasiliense de Brasil, Bloomberg BusinessWeek Mexico, and Mercados y Regiones de Perú, for their work in promoting economic and entrepreneurial culture in Latin America.
The jury of the IX edition of the journalism award is made up of executives of the organizations organizing the award: IE Business School and CAF, as well as personalities from the world of journalism and business such as CNN en español’s Gabriela Frías, along with winners from previous editions.