Tamás Bodoky

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Tamás Bodoky is a Hungarian writer and investigative journalist. He currently serves as the editor-in-chief of Atlatszo: an online investigative journal hosted on atlatszo.hu.


Although he is formally trained in molecular biology, Bodoky's career in media began with his position as a technology writer for Magyar Narancs. He also wrote for Internetto, the site which later became Index.hu. Once the site transitioned to its status as Index, he became the assistant editor of the online news portal.[1]

Bodoky has been the recipient of many awards for his achievements in investigative journalist. In 2008, he was awarded the Gőbölyös Soma Award for his reporting on the Hungarian police department's actions of 2006. His achievements in reporting also earned him the 2010 Hungarian Pulitzer Prize. He was also awarded the Minőségi Újságírásért Award[2] on two occasions.

  1. "Bodoky Tamás". Átlátszó Blog. Retrieved August 4, 2019.
  2. "Személyek: Bodoky Tamás". Media Pedia. Retrieved August 4, 2019.