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

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

  1. 1. Brazilian Media and a little bit of our culture
  2. 2. 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  
  3. 3. Sao Paulo Population: 11,32 million Largest City in Brazil World’s 7th Largest City by Population Sampa
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. Play Miss Bumbum Video Newspapers     Espreme que sai sangue
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Play Episode Video 179 8 episodes months
  10. 10. June, 2013
  11. 11. Play NYT Video
  12. 12. Stadiums X Hospitals
  13. 13. Stadiums X Hospitals
  14. 14. 4 years FREE Vestibular Paid internships Dangerous 26 journalists murdered since 1992 (according to CPJ) Studying Journalism in Brazil
  15. 15. Obrigada! (means thank you)

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