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"Viral Eye" wins Swedish Grand Prize for Journalism

Published torsdag 20 november 2014 kl 19.35
Metro's Jack Werner, Linnéa Jonjons and Åsa Larsson were among this year's winners. Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT
Metro's Jack Werner, Linnéa Jonjons and Åsa Larsson were among this year's winners. Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT

Sweden's most prestigious journalism awards were handed out in Stockholm Thursday evening, with the honorary prize awarded to long-time TV presenter Malou von Sivers.

Other winners included Swedish Radio's Måns Mosesson for his documentary series looking at Sweden Democrat voters and Jack Werner, Linnéa Jonjons and Åsa Larsson from the Metro newspaper for their "Viral Eye" series (Viralgranskaren) which investigates stories being spread virally on social media, and exactly how true they are.

The award for "scoop of the year" went to Dan Josefsson and Jenny Küttim for their book and TV documentary about the case of Thomas Quick/Sture Bergwall, once thought to have been Sweden's worst serial killer, only for the prosecutions to later be quashed.

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