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Cristián Zegers Ariztía (1940-) Print

Cristián Zegers Ariztía (1940-)


He is the current Director of El Mercurio and former Director of La Segunda, two national newspapers. He studied Law at Pontificia  Universidad Católica de Chile, where, in 1961, he actively participated in the creation of the Escuela de Periodismo (School of Journalism), along with Patricio Prieto, a lawyer who became founder and the first director of this university school. In 1967, his book “Historia política del gobierno de Aníbal Pinto” was published by Instituto de Historia, UC (Institute of History). In 1989, Zegers was awarded the Premio Nacional de Periodismo (National Journalism Award). He is a member of the Academia Chilena de Ciencias Sociales, Políticas y Morales (National Academy for Social, Political and Moral Sciences).

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