Tamás Bodoky, founder and editor of Atlatszo.hu is an investigative journalist based in Budapest, Hungary. Bodoky has been a journalist since 1996. Before joining Index.hu, where he worked for 9 years in different journalistic and editorial positions, he was a science and technology journalist at the Magyar Narancs weekly. Bodoky won the Gőbölyös Soma Prize for investigative journalism in 2008, and the Szabadság Prize in 2009 for his articles on Hungary's 2006 unrest and police brutality. Bodoky has won the Iustitia Regnorum Fundamentum and the Hungarian Pulitzer Memorial Prize for his FOI lawsuits and investigative articles on corruption cases. Bodoky holds an MSc degree in Agricultural Sciences and a PhD degree in Communication. Bodoky teaches journalism at Károli Gáspár University, Budapest. Bodoky is a Marshall Memorial Fellowship alumnus, and a member of the international investigative journalism networks “Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project” and “The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists”.
At re:publica 2015 Tamás Bodoky appears in the MIZ_innovationspace@rp15 by MIZ-Babelsberg.