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NRK documentary wins prestigious Norwegian and international prices for investigative journalism

Synnøve Bakke, Kjersti Knudssøn and Alexander Vollvik Larsen receive the very respected journalism for the documentary "The Deepest Dive" and the well-known CIRCOM price.

The NRK editorial "Brennpunkt" received the prestigious Norwegian SKUP-diploma for its documentary "The Deepest Dive". The team investigated what actually happened when the American diver David Hoover died - officially because of CO2-poisoning under an experimental dive to 320 meters in the Skånefjorden in Norway.

At the same time in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, NRK proudly announces a first place at the CIRCOM awards for its investigative journalism for The Deepest Dive.


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