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Brazil, Newsmedia

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Hannah Bueide

on 5 March 2018

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Transcript of Brazil, Newsmedia

Press & Censorship
Brazil has many different newspapers, such as
O Globo, Folha de S.Paulo
and many others, but they sometimes face censorship by the government or the military.
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Freedomhouse Statistics
By Hannah, Henrik & Sander
News providing media
The largest news providing paper's in Brazil are:
Folha de S.Paulo - From São Paulo
Jornal O Globo - From Rio de Janeiro.
Estadão.com.br – From São Paulo

TV:
Rede Globo > Site oficial da Globo
TV Band
Rede Record
SBT - Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão

Radio:
CBN - A rádio que toca notícia

These are major, traditional news outlets in Brazil.

Readers:
Folha de S.Paulo - 560 000
Jornal O Globo - 350 000
Estadão.com.br - 242 000

Folha de S.Paulo
vs.
Jornal O Globo
Folha de S.Paulo seems like a tad bit more professional of a public media than O Globo. From our understandings, O Globo seems more centered around celebrities. Without understanding much of the words on the two media newspapers, we get an early impression of unprofessionalism from O Globo.

Even though Folha de S.Paulo is reccognized as the more prestigious and thrustworthy newspaper, their social media following is less than O Globo's. This might indicate that the public interest is heavier on a mixture drama and random useless articles. Sort of the same as "VG" in Norway.
Brazilian Newsmedia
According to the Freedomhouse webpage, Brazil scores below average on the freedom of their press. They seem to score the worst on political environment regarding the media.
State Media
According to the Freedomhouse webpage, Brazil scores below average on the freedom of their press. They seem to score the worst on political environment regarding the media.
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