Globo Internacional

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TV Globo Internacional (also known by its acronym TVGI or just as Globo) is an international pay television channel broadcasting from Brazil. It was launched on 24 August 1999 and it is owned by Grupo Globo.

TV Globo Internacional
CountryBrazil
Broadcast areaInternational
NetworkRede Globo
SloganSempre em movimento (Always in movement)
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro
Programming
Language(s)Portuguese
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerGrupo Globo
Key peopleRoberto Irineu Marinho
(president)
Sister channelsIPCTV
TV Globo Portugal
History
Launched24 August 1999; 21 years ago (24 August 1999)
Links
Websiteglobointernacional.globo.com
Availability
Satellite
Dish Network (US)Channel 9800
Sky Cable PHLChannel 261
DirecTV (USA)Channel 2134
DirecTV Latin AmericaChannel 776
Sky MexicoChannel 275
Luso VisionChannel 112
DSTV AfricaChannel 510
Sky PerfectTV JapanChannel 514 (IPCTV)
TV Cabo MozambiqueChannel 223
Rogers CanadaChannel 791
IPTV
Sling TVInternet Protocol television

ProgrammingEdit

TV Globo Internacional offers more than four thousand hours of entertainment a day, including soap operas, series, miniseries, music festivals, humor programs, documentaries, news and live soccer. The channel signal is generated by Globo in Rio de Janeiro, and transmitted via satellite to the different international distributors. Access to the channel takes place through local cable or satellite operators. They are currently available in more than 130 countries on five continents: Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

Globo Internacional's programming is similar to that of Rede Globo in Brazil, but because it is an international channel, not all programming generated in Brazil can be displayed (due to international broadcasting rights). Switches are also made in the grid of programs for their subscribers in 115 countries in order to offer more variety. TVGI, in addition to the soap operas and miniseries produced by Rede Globo in Brazil, also broadcasts TV news programs such as Hora Um da Notícia, Bom Dia Brasil, Jornal Hoje, Jornal Nacional and Jornal da Globo, live soccer, besides the 3 telenovelas currently exhibited in Brazil. The chapters will air the day after the transmission in Brazil, due to differences in time zone and editing. The same thing happens in relation to the series. In the case of Vale a Pena Ver de Novo, the telenovela transmitted to a certain region will not necessarily be the same one that will be appearing in Brazil. Serials such as A Diarista, Casseta & Planeta Urgente, Caldeirão do Huck, A Grande Família, Domingão do Faustão and Zorra Total, among others, are also broadcast by TVGI. The subscriber can follow the matches of the Brazilian Championship, Brazil Cup and some state championships. The TV Globo Internacional also broadcasts the Brazilian Carnival, national films, Spectacular Sports and shows.

It also broadcasts its own productions such as Planeta Brasil EUA, Planeta Brasil Japão, Cá Estamos, Conexões and America News, which brings the best of Brazilian communities abroad. In addition it also transmits GNT shows.

CorrespondentsEdit

JournalismEdit

1 New York United States Jorge Pontual; Tiago Eltz; Sandra Coutinho; Felipe Santana;
Carolina Cimenti; Guga Chacra; Candice Carvalho;
Daniel Wiedemann; Ismar Madeira; Clarissa Lyra-Salles and Mila Burns[1][2]
2 Washington Luís Fernando Silva Pinto, Raquel Krahenbühl
3 Los Angeles James Cimino; Luciana Franchini
4 Orlando Vandrey Pereira
5 Buenos Aires Argentina Ariel Palacios
6 London United Kingdom Cecília Malan; Pedro Vedova;[3] Ana Carolina Abar and Rodrigo Carvalho
7 Paris France Flavian Charuel; Lúcia Muzell and Paulo Mariotti
8 Madrid Spain Luísa Belchior
9 Lisboa Portugal Leonardo Monteiro
10 Rome Italy Ilze Scamparini and Gina Marquez
11 Venice Diogo Mainardi
12 Berlin Germany Albert Steinberger and Cristiane Ramalho
13 Zurich Switzerland Bianca Rothier
14 Tel Aviv Israel Daniela Kresch
15 Hong Kong Hong Kong Luiza Duarte
16 Beijing China Vivian Oswald
17 Tokyo Japan Carlos Gil; Claudia Sarmento
18 Toronto Canada Marzio Lorenzo
19 Santiago Chile Camilla Viegas

SportsEdit

1 New York City United States Joanna de Assis
2 Las Vegas Ben-Hur Correia
3 Los Angeles James Cimino
4 London United Kingdom Marina Izidro
5 Lisbon Portugal Alexandre Oliveira
6 Madrid Spain Luísa Belchior
Fernando Kallás
7 Buenos Aires Argentina Ariel Palacios
8 Melbourne Australia Manuela Franceschini
9 Rome Italy Felipe Zboril

CountriesEdit

AmericasEdit

In the Americas, in addition to the premium Globo Internacional channel, which is broadcast almost simultaneously with Brazilian programming and with original audio, the station has Pasiones from Hemisphere Media Group as the main partner in Latin America and the United States. Programming from the latter channel consists of soap operas from Globo dubbed in Spanish.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Globo promove mudanças e Renato Machado deixa de ser correspondente internacional ⋆ Famosos na Web". Famosos na Web (in Portuguese). Retrieved 22 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Fábio Turci é o novo correspondente da Globo em NY". O Planeta TV (in Portuguese). Retrieved 22 May 2019.
  3. ^ TV, Notícias da (26 September 2015). "Globo chama Renato Machado e três 'medalhões' de volta ao Brasil". Notícias da TV (in Portuguese). Retrieved 22 May 2019.