Winners, losers and angry. Martin Fierro generated all kinds of results for the best radio in Argentina in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Twenty-four hours after the delivery ceremony, which took place at Parque Norte’s GoldenCenter on Saturday, Toti Pasman once again showed his anger over Sergio Altieri losing the Statue for Best Sports Journalism Work of 2019 for his work at La Red . , for the columnist Garciaup to AM 750. In this sense, he assured that he deserved it, that the other member of the list, Diego Díaz, agreed with his point of view and that the prize was indeed arranged.
the cameras intruders on the show They were at the ceremony on Saturday night. Hot, Pasman agreed to talk to the America TV show. He explained his anger with the faces of some friends. “It’s not about losing. I was in two triples. Now, better sports journalism work, you get 25 rating points every night and lose to a program people don’t know about…” The truth It’s that today I feel like I’ve been robbed and I’m getting hot,” he later said and assured that he won the program of the group that held the award (October).
This afternoon, Passman also aired on the program Florencia de la Vie and, far from remorse, maintained his position. “You were quite angry on Saturday,” the driver began. “Yeah, and I’m still angry,” Pasman confessed. Immediately, the journalist said that he tried to ease his annoyance but later regretted it. “I don’t know if it’s right or wrong to say that. When the production called me I said: ‘Come on, it’s cool like this, I apologize. And then I talked to my wife about it and she told me : ‘Look, if you’re convinced, don’t apologize’. And I think it’s true, I’m convinced by what I said,” he admitted.
“I’m angry that I think these were the three best years of my radio career., It is the only program on La Red to beat Miter, the highest-rated radio station, by several months over the years. So you lose with the panelists of a program that I don’t know if it’s still on air, it seemed like a total injustice to me,” Pasman explained. Then, he called for the award winner to be removed from contention. demanded. “I don’t know Altieri. It’s not against him. But the truth is, I feel like if you lead a successful program, because I feel like every time I go out to load petrol, to the supermarket, everywhere…”, he argues. Started doing it, but left the sentence incomplete.
In addition to clearing Altieri, Pasman had words of gratitude for Diego Díaz, the third leg of the list. “I thank Diego Díaz, who saw him today at his TIC event, who said exactly the same thing, that I deserved the award, that he didn’t even know Sergio, and the fact that I felt bad.”
Nancy Durre, Panelist intruder And a member of Aptra intervened at the time and asked Passman what he really meant by the expression “he pissed me off”. “I don’t know if he is saying that the Aptra members voted badly or that there was a black hand,” he said. Then, he explained how the institution’s voting system is: the member goes in, votes, and then the votes are recounted. “The vote count can also be seen, if anyone has any query they can check it,” he said.
“Not right. This is not a personal attack on you or Luis Ventura,” replied the sports journalist. “When I say he choreographed me, it’s because I felt I deserved this award. So Aptra’s jury doesn’t think so and I have to do more work.” Then, he reversed the question to Dure: He asked why he voted for a columnist rather than a driver in charge of a major event. “If I lose to Diego, who is also a host and leads a program that is important and who creates an agenda and who makes great notes, I will keep my mouth shut and go home,” he thought. did.
“Losing against a program’s panelists seemed like a joke to me,” the radio host continued, becoming increasingly heated. “What gets voted for is the program or the task, not the rating,” Dure then replied. Maite Penonori, later, came out in defense of Pasman. “The shortlist was weird. That’s what the parrot says. You had three people playing different roles in the best sports journalism form”, he analysed. “But the shortlist is a work of journalism, not driving,” Durre closed.
The sports journalist said of the ending, “I have no evidence, but I have no doubt that if the prize had not been broadcast by IP Altieri, I would not have won it.” “I believe I deserved it. I have lost Martin Fierro many times and this is the first time I have complained”, he closed.