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Paul Fábry, founder of the Joseph Pulitzer Memorial Prize has died

Paul Fábry, founder of the Joseph Pulitzer Memorial Prize passes away at the age

Paul Fábry, founder of the Joseph Pulitzer Memorial Prize, head of the Hungarian Office of the Radio Free Europe in New York between 1950 and 1953, politician, diplomat and businessman passed away at the age of 99. The prize which has become the most prestigious professional recognition in the Hungarian media, was awarded to Blinken OSA in the category of press history in 2010. Blinken OSA preserves and makes publicly available documents, audio and film recordings of the recent past; the prize was awarded for our  thematic online collection (in Hungarian) of the regime change, giving insight into the events of every single day in 1989.