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Order of December 17, 2021 No. 3670-r
Order of December 17, 2021 No. 3670-r
In total, 20 awards will be presented, one million rubles each. Personal awards in 2021 were awarded to 9 representatives of the media. In addition, 11 journalistic teams will receive awards.
For courage in the performance of professional duties and personal contribution to the fight for the rights of journalists, the high award was awarded to the executive director of MIA “Russia Today” Kirill Vyshinsky.
The Government Prize was awarded to Rafael Huseynov, Secretary of the All-Russian Public Organization “Union of Journalists of Russia”, for accurate and verified publications about the feat of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War.
The artistic director of the main editorial office of information and entertainment programs of the information directorate of the NTV television company, Irada Zeynalova, will be awarded the prize for her contribution to the development of domestic television and radio broadcasting and many years of fruitful activity.
For loyalty to the profession, the award was given to Tatyana Bodrova, producer of the planning and producing department of the broadcast service of the Directorate of Information Programs of Channel One.
Gulshat Baltayeva, a special correspondent in the group of correspondents of the information programs release service of the Vesti information program directorate, of the joint information programs directorate of the VGTRK branch of the State Television Channel Rossiya TV channel, was awarded the prize for his contribution to the promotion of culture in the media.
Elizaveta Brodskaya, first deputy editor-in-chief for news content at TV-Novosti, was awarded an award for high professionalism, creative initiative and active assistance in news coverage of current events.
Dina Karpitskaya, a special correspondent for the Moscow edition of Komsomolskaya Pravda, will receive the prize for a series of special reports and investigations on sensitive social and political issues.
Among the laureates who were awarded a personal prize, there are also representatives of the regional media. These are the editor-in-chief of the Penza magazine Cherdobryak Marina Tantsyreva (awarded for her contribution to the formation of children’s love for reading and the Russian language) and the general director of the Voronezh TV channel Studio Gubernia Zoya Gryazeva (for the development of regional television).
Among the highly awarded journalistic teams are representatives of the Kommersant newspaper: Deputy Chief Editor Dmitry Butrin, Head of the Economics Department Oleg Sapozhkov, his Deputy Vadim Visloguzov, as well as columnist for the Economics Department Alexei Shapovalov. The prize was awarded to them for their coverage of the economic situation in Russia.
Boris Korchevnikov, Vice President of the Orthodox Television Foundation – General Director of the Spas TV Channel, Alexander Yegortsev, Correspondent of the Information Program Service, Ivan Kupriyanov, Head of the Information Program Service, Vladimir Legoyda, Host of Programs of the Program Production Directorate, and Veronika Ivaschenko, were awarded the prize for her contribution to the development of spiritual culture in the media.
The President of the creative association “Krasnaya Zvezda” Alexei Pimanov, Deputy Director General for Radio Broadcasting of the TV and Radio Company “Zvezda” Mikhail Eidelman, Head of the Information Broadcasting Service Evgenia Ionkina, Head of the Production and Programming Service Alexander Ileritsky, as well as the chief director of the program production department Timur Miloyanin will be awarded for the creation and implementation of the unique concept of the modern educational radio station “Zvezda-FM”.
For the preservation of the best traditions of literary and art magazines and active work on finding and popularizing young talented authors, the prize was awarded to the president, editor-in-chief of the Znamya magazine Sergei Chuprinin, first deputy editor-in-chief Natalia Ivanova, executive secretary, head of the prose department Elena Kholmogorova.
The award was given to the staff of the Historian magazine: director Vladimir Rudakov, deputy editor-in-chief Arseny Zamostyanov, columnist Oleg Nazarov, literary editor Olga Kulikova – for the creation and implementation of the magazine’s concept, as well as for the preparation and publication of special issues dedicated to individual pages of the country’s history.
The chairman of the editorial public council of the Uchitelskaya Gazeta, Pyotr Polozhevets, and its editor-in-chief, Arslan Khasavov, were awarded the prize for their great contribution to the preservation of the best traditions of pedagogical journalism, educational activities and the implementation of new projects.
For the creation and development of a website for high school students 5uglov.ru, support for creative youth, the award was given to the general director of LLC Five Corners, editor-in-chief of the online publication Five Corners Sergei Grachev and his deputy Veronika Mitrofanova.
For the implementation of social projects, the award was awarded to the chief editor of the newspaper “Kurtamyshskaya Niva” (Kurgan region) Natalya Kocharina, deputy director (chief editor) Natalya Valyalkina and columnist Elena Shusharina.
Among the awardees were also representatives of the Zadonskaya Pravda newspaper (Lipetsk region): director Yelena Yurova, deputy director Yelena Krasilova and news editor Anastasia Nesterenko. The special project of the “Abandoned Graves” edition was marked.
For a series of projects dedicated to public control and promotion of civil initiatives, the prize was awarded to the staff of the newspaper Zmeinogorskiy Vestnik (Altai Territory): editor Lyudmila Keibol, her deputy Sergei Keibol, photojournalist Vladimir Golovchansky.
The prize was also awarded to Yuri Zaitsev, a member of the Fund for Cooperation with the Russian-speaking Foreign Press – the VARP Fund, and Irina Muchkina, a member of the same fund, for the implementation of projects in the New Vienna Journal and RadioRu radio station (Austria) related to the creation and release of programs about events in Russia and Austria, as well as for the great contribution to the preservation of the Russian language and culture.
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