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Brazilian Media (UNC-Chapel Hill, USA, 2013) Brazilian Media (UNC-Chapel Hill, USA, 2013) Presentation Transcript

  • Brazilian Media and a little bit of our culture
  • Where is Brazil? Brasilia Capital: Brasilia Population: 201 million Language: Portuguese (largest Lusophone country in the world) Religion: Roman Catholic Church (over 75% of the population) President: Dilma Rousseff (the first woman) States: 26 + one federal district National Anthem at the Confederations Cup, 2013  
  • Sao Paulo Population: 11,32 million Largest City in Brazil World’s 7th Largest City by Population Sampa
  • Newspapers Folha de Sao Paulo     321,535 | R$5 or $2 circulation on Sundays 297,927 | R$3,50 or $1,40 circulation on weekdays Washington D.C | New York | Beijing (China) Buenos Aires (Argentina) | London (UK) Jerusalem (Israel) | Tehran (Iran)   cities with foreign correspondents young people read it TV Folha | every Sunday
  • Rio de Janeiro Population: 6, 32 million Second Largest City in Brazil Will host the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics Play Carnaval Video
  • Newspapers O Globo     277.876 | R$2,50 or $1 circulation on weekdays Biggest newspaper of the Globo Empire, that has TV channels, magazines and radios   Founded in 1925 |Conservative Has a section called Rio, that focus on the issues regarding the city of Rio de Janeiro
  • Play Miss Bumbum Video Newspapers     Espreme que sai sangue
  • Rede Globo de televisao 150 122 million people watch it every day nd 2 largest commercial TV network in annual revenue worldwide affiliate TV stations 75% of all Brazilian TV sets were on during the Last episode of Globo’s novela Brazil Avenue
  • Play Episode Video 179 8 episodes months
  • June, 2013
  • Play NYT Video
  • Stadiums X Hospitals
  • Stadiums X Hospitals
  • 4 years FREE Vestibular Paid internships Dangerous 26 journalists murdered since 1992 (according to CPJ) Studying Journalism in Brazil
  • Obrigada! (means thank you)