General Manager, Canal Capital, Bogotá, Colombia
Hollman Morris Rincón is a national and international speaker for journalism as well as a reporter, columnist, producer and director of several television programs. He has won journalism awards like the “Human Rights Annual Defender” and was awarded a Nieman Fellowship in 2010 from Harvard University and the Reagan-Fascell Fellowship in 2011 from the National Endowment for Democracy. Since 2012 he has been managing Bogotá’s “Canal Capital”, a television station focusing on the democratization of culture, peace and human rights. In 2013, Canal Capital became the first media institution to create an alliance with the United Nations.