MADRID, 26 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) –
Aimar Bretos, Alaska, Pilar García Muñíz, Garci or Nuria Roca, among other professionals, have received their 2022 Golden Antennas during this Saturday’s gala held by the Federation of Radio and Television Associations of Spain.
Last Monday, the Federation announced the winners, who attended the awards ceremony at the Gran Casino de Aranjuez (Madrid) in a gala hosted by the journalist and presenter Ana Belén Roy.
Specifically, in its 49th edition, the jury has decided to award the Golden Antennas, in the Radio Antenna category, to Aimar Bretos, from Cadena SER; Pilar García Muñíz, from Cadena COPE; Juan Diego Guerrero, from Onda Cero; Carlos Garrido, from RNE and Federico Jiménez Losantos, from Es Radio.
In the category of Television Antenna, the awards have fallen this year to Alaska, from TVE; Guillermo Pascual, from Antena 3; Weekend News with Pepe Ribagorda and Ángeles Blanco, from Telecinco; Nuria Roca, from the Sixth; ‘Horizonte’, with Íker Jiménez and Carmen Porter, from Cuatro; and ‘Classics’ with José Luis Garci, from TRECE.
Finally, in the category of Antenna for Professional Career, the award went to Ramón Torrelledó for ‘La Partytura’, while in the category of Extraordinary Antenna the gold statuette went to the journalist, columnist and writer Esther Ruiz.