Proficient in conveying its works with a universal language, LeJournal has also had successes within its first year. World Press Photo award distant from Turkiye for nearly 30 years leads the crowning of these efforts. Among its first year successes are National Geographic photograph award, TFMD special awards and being a photojournalism finalist in Frontline Club.
Time Magazine has listed Agency’s photographer Emin Özmen’s witnessing of an execution moment in Syria, in its Top 10 Photographs of 2013. Ranking the contributions of video and other media at the forefront next to visual depiction power of photography, the documentaries produced by the Agency are also followed with interest by international festivals. While the Agency’s first documentary film “Witnessing Gezi” was listed as Finalist at the Roma Independent Film Festival, it also won the World Press Photo Multimedia Award. Aiming to apply experimental alternative methods in exhibitions of artistic works and having been invited for the first time by Holland Mediamatic, the Agency organized a multimedia exhibition titled the “True Story” at Amsterdam in November 2013. LeJournal, successful in conveying the captured stories through important broadcasts to audiences abroad, also presented its works in many foreign magazines, newspapers and televisions led by the Time Magazine, The New York Times, Washington Post, Paris Match, Stern, Le Monde, El-Pais, The Guardian, CNN International, and the BBC World.