Sports: That April, the network made an historic overnight telecast of UFC 146 in both analogue and high definition to national viewers. On 23 November 2002, the Canadian rock band Rush came to Rio de Janeiro, and performed a 3-hour-long set at the Maracanã Stadium. In 1984, it not only premiered its Supercine film slot (which is aired on Saturdays), it extended Praça TV to late night as a result of the Jornal da Globo relaunch of 1982. International Executive, 39(2), 255–269. [16], Globo began broadcasting on 26 April 1965 in Rio de Janeiro on channel four. Former/Defunct: Commercial networks: Since it is the last program before sign-off except for some days of the week, films rated for adults are shown here, followed by the network's sign-off plug, showing the next day's programming. 1Owned by Fundação Roberto Marinho On April 8, 1992, the logo has taken an overhaul, with the three-dimensional spheres being ray-traced, an innovation at that time. Paraná: RPC (Cascavel, Curitiba, Foz do Iguaçu, Guarapuava, Londrina, Maringá, Paranavaí, Ponta Grossa) Auto Esporte | Casa & Jardim | Crescer | Época (Negócios) | Globo Rural | Marie Claire | Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios Within the year, so many series and programs premiered on the network and were aired until 1990, but the news programs got a makeover and change of presenters, especially the main newscasts and Praça TV in the local level. The now extinct TV Guajará, based in Belém, was launched in 1969, and was followed by TV Verdes Mares the following year. Digital products and services: The year ended with hope that next year, the 40th year of Brazilian TV and Globo's 25th anniversary year, will be one of the best years that Globo has ever seen, as shown in their years-end campaign video commemorating its 25th anniversary, in which most of the network's artists, program presenters and newscasters performed its 25th anniversary theme song. Those 3D idents were modeled at PDI. As the official F1 broadcaster, it brought the sad news of his demise to the nation and covered its aftermath with special coverages and the huge national mourning for his sudden loss. Globo Rural, its rural newscast also debuted in the same year, with Carlos Nascimento as its first presenter. Its success was followed by the launch of Jornal Hoje (Today's News) on 21 April 1971, the same day in which its Brasilia station (TV Globo Brasília, Channel 10) was inaugurated. Globo became a pioneer in reality-based programming with the premiere of two reality programs: Big Brother Brasil and No Limite, the former of which would continue to air for a total of twenty seasons. Amapá: Rede Amazônica (Macapá) All this happened just as the Globo-Record rivalry erupted yet again late in the year, given several reports on Globo's news programs that countered those on Record that were targeting the network. [citation needed]. Local stations: Beat98 (RJ) | Rádio Mundial (RJ) | Rádio Excelsior (SP) | Rádio X (SP) | Rádio Tiradentes (Belo Horizonte) [citation needed], Globo has since expanded to become the largest TV Network in Brazil, with over $2 billion in revenue in 1992. In addition, Fala Brasil, as of 2010, has overtaken Bom Dia Brasil, while Domingo Espetacular overtook Fantástico in Goiânia, Belém, and Fortaleza. Video on-demand: Globoplay | Canais Globo (TV Everywhere) | Telecine (TV Everywhere / Subscription) Language Globo suffered a year of audience losses but in 1996 audience share began to increase until they were the nation's number one network, aided by brand new programs (among them were the telenovela O Rei do Gado and the very popular sitcom Sai de Baixo) and its coverage of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, coupled with changes in the newsrooms. Globo Marcas (Video | Digital | Loja) | Horizonte, Editora Globo: [29] The network had low audience ratings in several programs, two dramas were national hits, and the second version of Sítio do Pica-Pau Amarelo children's program debuted. Lean as main station, Free-to-air:TV Globo (Rio | São Paulo | Brasília | Minas | Nordeste | national satellite feed) | Futura1, Pay television channels: SOS Nordeste Urgente ended its run that year, and the network formally announced its replacement, the Criança Esperança (Children's Hope) charity telethon, to be aired the next year. Entertainment: Estúdios Globo | Original Globoplay | Globo Filmes | Telecine Productions [28], 2000, the 35th anniversary of Globo, the 50th of Brazilian Television and the 500th for Brazil, was highlighted by its TV Ano 50 series honoring the first five decades of Brazilian television, and the Brazil 500 festival concert, the launch of three brand new variety shows (the Saturday afternoon hit Caldeirão do Huck, the late weeknight Programa do Jô with Jo Soares and Altas Horas, with Serginho Groisman, aired on Sunday midnights), new dramas, and its 2000 Summer Olympics coverage, and was capped off by the Titanic two-part premiere in December as part of Cinema Especial (for the first time in Brazilian TV), another ratings record breaker. 6Joint-venture with Grupo RBS. [41], On 12 March 2020, Globo announced plans to suspend production of all of its existing telenovelas and the vast majority of its series in order to comply with global restrictions that were put in place for the COVID-19 pandemic, with Big Brother Brasil continuing to be filmed without an audience for the remainder of its twentieth season. That year was also the 20th anniversary of Os Trapalhões, which lasted until 1987. Movies: Tocantins: TV Anhanguera (Araguaína, Gurupi, Palmas) On September 15, 2020, Rede Globo merged with Globosat and created Canais Globo ("Globo Channels"), serving both free-to-air and pay-TV channels; as part of Grupo Globo's "Uma Só Globo" ("One Globo") restructuring, in works since 2018. Another big surprise also came that year in the form of O Dono do Mundo, another of its top record dramas, plus Vamp, its highly successful 7 P.M. soap, which would later become a South American hit. The 7 rings represented the 7 original affiliates of Globo. In October 16, 2020, Hans Donner - who had left its design team some years ago - announced on its private Instagram account he was working on an update of the current Rede Globo logo, teasing some colorful lighting over the white symbol[1], contrary to speculation from days before, when flat logos with gradients and an all-new wordmark (named Globobrand) were leaked - which should be used by its parent company. In 2005, the previous logo becomes lighter, shinier, and has its texture color "inverted" in a way. Rede Globo dominates Brazil's TV prime time, ad revenues. [32][33] The year saw its 2004 Athens Olympics Coverage[34] as well and debuted Brazil TV in the afternoon bringing national news stories for satellite viewers. This image variant was mostly seen during Sign-ons and Sign-offs between 1986-1992. Broadcast area In 1975, German/Austrian designer Hans Donner was hired to redesign Globo's symbol. On October 2013, it was leaked an 111-second animation video showing Rede Globo logo evolution through its history, ending with a redesigned version of its iconic logo. On 26 March 1989, the network's own Sunday variety program, Domingão do Faustão (Faustão's Big-Sunday), was launched as the network started to take over the Sunday afternoon TV ratings, then led by SBT's Programa Silvio Santos. However, primetime dramas at the 9 pm slot were on the losing edge, especially during the second quarter of the year, given the poor standing of Babilônia against other networks in its time slot, the lowest ever ratings in recent years for a 9:00 pm drama, but would rebound once A Regra do Jogo premiered on 31 August. 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