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The Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards go to the Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism, Columbia JI, the Heraldo de Aragón, journalist Mónica González and the photographer María de Jesús Peters


The winners of the Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards, the most prestigious prizes in journalism in the Spanish-speaking world, have been announced. The prize-winners of this, the 37th edition of the prestigious awards, were made public by the jury, who met online.

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PRISA lends its support to the Reina Sofía Foundation’s Operación Frío


The campaign seeks to raise awareness about the need for refrigerators at food banks so that these can store and distribute fresh produce.

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PRISA completes divestment of Media Capital


PRISA has today completed the process of selling 64.47% of Media Capital, thus concluding its divestment of the Portuguese audiovisual group. The operation was carried out through block transfers of shares to a number of investors at a total price of 36.8 million euros.

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Impact of COVID-19 weighs on PRISA's January-September results


January to September results, as expected, have been affected by COVID-19, especially with regard to the Group’s Media businesses. EBITDAis reported at 82 million – against 165 million for the same period last year.

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A virtual EnlightED brings together ninety international thinkers


The education forum featured Spain’s Education Minister Isabel Celaá, the CEO of Microsoft and the mathematician Salman Khan

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PRISA refinances its debt until 2025 and agrees to sell Santillana Spain for 465 million


  • The Group accelerates its strategic transformation, focusing development on subscription models for both Ed-Tech in Latin America and for its media businesses
  • Total net debt to be reduced by more than 30%, following a 400 million repayment as part of the refinancing agreement
  • PRISA will have 275 million to reinforce its liquidity needs and to facilitate the development of the strategic plans of its businesses

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