1975 would also be the first time its present corporate logo was shown: it was created by Hans Donner, and was then a colored blue sphere with a TV-shaped box with another blue ball inside. Globo politics. Globo revised its logo yet again in 2007 (resizing the screen from 4:3 to 16:9), and started using its iconic logo for its O&O stations nationwide. The idents shown during the period were animated by the Computer Graphics Lab at NYIT. [21], Jornal da Globo, another trademark show for the network, was the successor to Tele Globo (1965–66), the network's first news program that ran until 1966. That same year, Caso Especial ended its first phrase of broadcasts (it would continue until 1995, under various names), and was replaced by another teletheater program, Aplauso. Digital-only: Quem Acontece | Galileu [citation needed]. As the network marked the start of 2015 - its Golden Jubilee - with the unexpected move of Xuxa Meneghel to Record, the celebrations began on 2 January with a special retrospective showing of past miniseries. Former/Defunct 2009 saw Globo witnessing the victory of Caminho das Índias in the national ratings in the 9 pm slot, which earned it an International Emmy Awards nomination and subsequent win, alongside the high rating 6 pm soap Paraíso, a reboot of the 1982 original, the first 6 pm drama since 2007 to post high audience ratings. 5Co-owned between Editora Globo and Infoglobo. In 1988, Vale Tudo, one of Brazilian television's best dramas, premiered on the channel followed by its Tela Quente (Hot Screen) weekly film block, aired on Mondays. Rede Globo, or simply Globo, is a Brazilian free-to-air television network, launched by media proprietor Roberto Marinho on 1965 -04-26. By then, it had only 4 channels, compared with more than 30 channels today. 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. TV Globo channels in Portugal differ from other Globo channels due to contractual agreements with SIC network in Portugal, which holds first run rights to some Globo TV programming such as telenovelas. On 8 January 2019, Globo announced that Vídeo Show would be cancelled after 35 years due to declining ratings. The process was led by Walter Clark and Jose Bonifacio de Olivera Sobrinho in 1960, when Rede Excelsior was launched (the process was inherited by Rede Globo upon Excelsior's closure in 1970). 1986 was the key year when Xuxa Meneghel's own show, Xou da Xuxa (Xuxa's Show) debuted on Rede Globo. The telenovela was exported to 91 countries and has also become an international success.[31]. 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. [46][47][48], In 1994, Jornal Nacional, Globo's nationwide television news show, was forced by the Superior Court of Justice to read a statement by then Rio de Janeiro's governor, Leonel Brizola. The network ratings were threatened by the top rated programming from SBT and Record, but in 1998 the network recovered its top place with its 1998 FIFA World Cup live coverage, although violent images became an issue when its 9 P.M. telenovela Torre de Babel was pulled off the air. 2Co-owned with a group of Brazilian filmmakers By 2007, Globo began its digital television broadcasts, and several hit programs were aired, including hit 9 pm drama Paraíso Tropical. Through its network, the broadcaster covers 98.6% of Brazil's territory. Most recently, Globo struck a strategic alliance with Microsoft, which paid $126 million in August for an 11.5 percent share in Globo Cabo, the company's cable subsidiary. [citation needed], 2001 started well for Globo, despite a fire at the Xuxa Park set in January that caused the show to end its run. By the next year, President Collor's impeachment trials and the 1992 Barcelona Olympics were all covered by Rede Globo's news and sports teams. The decade closed with the premiere of the Domingo Maior (Best Sunday) film block, one of the new programs Globo made for Sundays, the Cinema Especial holiday film specials, and the revival of Jornal da Globo in 1979 after a ten-year absence (it lasted until 1981), plus the Jornal das Sete (News at Seven) local newscasts of 1979–83, precursor to the network's local news programs of today. More International Entertainment Project Wikia, International Entertainment Project Wikia. 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. [9], Rede Globo is one of the largest media companies in the world, and produces around 2,400 hours of entertainment and 3,000 hours of journalism per year in Brazil. Created by Hans Donner and in-house, the logo dropped the highly stylized metallic look in favor of a simplified gloss/gradient texture, along with a new gentle wave motion effect for the colors of the "screen", leading a new motto of the network: "Globo is moving to follow the life, the world, and the viewer." It also broadcast the 1990 FIFA World Cup that same year, and covered the 1990 congressional elections for the National Congress of Brazil. Espírito Santo: TV Gazeta (Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, Colatina, Linhares, Vitória) Adult: Roraima: Rede Amazônica (Boa Vista) The network's daily electronic magazine show (formerly a weekly program from 1983 to 1994), it gives an inside look of the network's programs and includes bloopers, interviews and even a look into Globo's historical moments. It was a hit among children in all the country, airing all week (from Mondays to Saturdays) for seven years until 1992. However, all the Rede Globo channels owned by them retain their names, but now as part of the newly created subsidiary. TV Mirante (Açailândia | Santa Inês, Maranhão) | TV Paulista (São Paulo), 1Owned-and-operated station (via Canais Globo) Grupo Globo Rede Globo, or simply Globo, is a Brazilian free-to-air television network. The result consists of a sphere representing the Earth (hence, globo), a rounded rectangular cutout representing a television screen, and a second sphere within the "screen". 1982 saw the Jornal da Globo relaunch in August, after two successive editions. 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. 2Currently published by Editora Rickdan. Its theme music, "The Fuzz" by Frank DeVol, became one of the show's trademarks, together with the program logo and the "Boa Noite" ("Good evening") closing established by the hosts. Still airing on Sunday afternoons and evenings before Fantástico. Globo's history and influence was chronicled in the 1993 British documentary Beyond Citizen Kane, which compared it to that of the fictional character Charles Foster Kane. Others: TV Ajuricaba (moved to Boas Novas) (Manaus,Amazonas) | TV Guajará (moved to Boas Novas) (Belém, Pará) | TV Maranhão Central (current as TV Eldorado) (Santa Inês, Maranhão) | TV Potengi (current as TV Bandeirantes Natal) (Natal, Rio Grande do Norte) | TV Nacional (Current as TV Brasil Capital) (Brasília, Distrito Federal), Defunct stations: 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. The spheres' chrome texture was totally overhauled and simplified, creating - according to Hans Donner - a smile effect. Holiday programming was boosted by its New Year's Eve premiere of Show da Virada, Aloysio Legey's creation and Brazil's response to international New Year television celebrations worldwide. The channel's official logo. Jornal da Globo was anchored by Sergio Chapelin at the time and aired after JN Second Edition, and now had a running time of 30 minutes. Xuxa, who left the similarly formatted program Clube da Criança on Rede Manchete, joined the network and thus, her show replaced the successful Balão Mágico as a result. It had 26 wholly owned and affiliated stations. Its first program host was Tássia Camargo. Former/Defunct: Como Será?1 | Globo Cidadania1 (Ciência | Ecologia | Educação | Universidade | Ação), Other assets: This concert was broadcast live on Globo and later released on DVD. Baby TV | Boomerang | Cartoon Network | Discovery Kids | Disney Channel | Disney Junior | Disney XD | Gloob | Gloobinho | Nat Geo Kids | Nickelodeon | Nick Jr. | Tooncast | TV Rá Tim Bum | Zoomoo Bonner, Chico Pinheiro and Malu Mader were some of the program's early co-hosts. It was anchored by the children's musical group Turma do Balão Mágico, whose music struck a chord with its viewers. [citation needed], On 1 September 1969, the country and national television broadcasting changed with the premiere of Jornal Nacional (National News), the nation's first live newscast anchored by Cid Moreira and Hilton Gomez. Plantão JN, Globo's own breaking news service was relaunched into Plantão da Globo that year, and Fausto Silva began hosting his own New Year's program. Globo denied any wrongdoing. Globo Ventures (TON2) | Sky Brasil (5.4%)3 (Banda Larga | Pré Pago) Owned by It holds 10% of the Brazilian magazine market, Brazil's second largest publisher leading in several segments of the market.[27].