CNN Brazil
CountryBrazil
Broadcast areaBrazil
NetworkCNN
HeadquartersAv. Paulista 1374 - Bella Vista, São Paulo (SP)
Programming
Language(s)Portuguese
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to letterboxed 480i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerNovus Media
(Rubens Menin)
Warner Bros. Discovery
(Brand licensing of CNN)
Key peopleJoão Camargo (CEO)
Sister channels
History
Launched15 March 2020; 4 years ago (2020-03-15)
Links
Websitecnnbrasil.com.br
Availability
Streaming media
CNNBrasil.com.brLive Stream
YouTubeLive Stream
CNN Brazil Online
Type of site
News
Available inPortuguese
FoundedMarch 15, 2020; 4 years ago (2020-03-15)
Headquarters
Country of originBrazil
OwnerNovus Media
(Rubens Menin)
Warner Bros. Discovery
(Brand licensing of CNN)
URLwww.cnnbrasil.com.br
Current statusActive

Cable News Network Brazil (Portuguese: CNN Brasil and abbreviated as CNN BR) is a Brazilian news-based pay television channel and news website. Launched on 15 March 2020, CNN Brazil is owned by Novus Media, a joint-venture between Douglas Tavolaro, former header of Record's news division, and Rubens Menin, owner of MRV Engenharia. Novus Media has a licensing agreement with original CNN channel owned by Warner Bros. Discovery.[1][2] CNN Brazil is the second local franchise of CNN in South America, after CNN Chile.

Its headquarters are in São Paulo,[3] with offices in Rio de Janeiro and Brasília, besides international bureaus with almost 400 journalists.[4] Previously, in 2017, the channel did a partnership with RedeTV! and Simba Content, formed by SBT and Record, which had no success.[5]

Programs are aired 24 hours daily via digital terrestrial TV networks, pay TV providers in Brazil; and live streaming services for overseas viewers.

History

CNN looked to enter the Portuguese language market, one of the only ones still not covered by the many affiliates of the brand around the world. In 2019, it was announced that the broadcaster would act in Brazil, with local strategic partners. The business montage in Brazil was in charge of the businessman Rubens Menin, with a vast and well-known performance in the civic construction and financial markets, and the journalist Douglas Tavolaro, co-founder and CEO of the new channel.[6][7][8]

Initially, the first announced names to act in CNN Brazil came from companies such as Globo, Record, BBC and Band. On 4 June 2019, two former TV Globo presenters were announced. Evaristo Costa and William Waack were hired to, respectively, present a show in CNN London headquarters, with a mix of journalism and entertainment, and the second, a TV news during prime time, from Mondays to Fridays.[9] The premiere of the pay television channel is predicted to second semester of 2019. It is expected that CNN Brazil will also have a strong online presence, covering all social medias and innovating in the distribution of journalistic content through these platforms.[10]

On Tuesday, 18 June, images of the CNN Brazil headquarters were published in the broadcaster official profile. The location will be in Paulista Avenue, in the district of Bela Vista, in front of the São Paulo Metro station Trianon-Masp. The building has more than 4,000 square metres (43,000 sq ft) and was the Banco Real operations center. According to the founder-partner and Chairman of CNN Brazil, Douglas Tavolaro, the decision to establish the future news channel in that place was "strategic", aiming a larger approach with the audience. "We want to be part of the everyday life of the Brazilians and be integrated with the audience. Because of that, the chose to be in the pulsing center and postcard of the largest city in the country, next to the people", said Tavolaro.[11]

On 22 July 2019, the broadcaster announced the hiring of the couple Mari Palma and Phelipe Siani.[12]

On 25 July 2019, CNN Brazil announced the hiring of its first black journalist, Luciana Barreto.[13]

On 3 August 2019, journalist Monalisa Perrone left TV Globo to accept "an irrefusable offer" made by CNN Brazil.[14]

Famous TV reporter and TV presenter Reinaldo Gottino left RecordTV on 16 September 2019 to join CNN Brazil, being the first reporter who wasn't a TV Globo employee to join the new broadcaster.[15]

Taís Lopes who was recently part of the JN local presenters rotation, where stood out and got CNN Brasil to meet on 4 November 2019.[16]

For a brief period in February 2021, CNN Brazil was relayed without authorization on TV Colinas, a terrestrial television station in Colinas do Tocantins. Due to legal judicial action, the affiliation ceased.[17][18]

CNN Brazil Staff

Anchors
Presenters
Analysts
Commentators
Correspondents
Reporters
Former integrants

Programming

Weekdays[19]
BRT Program[20] Host(s)
5:55a-9a
CNN Novo Dia
Carol Nogueira
9a-12p
Live CNN
Elisa Veeck
12p-2p
CNN Brasil Meio-Dia
Muriel Porfiro
2p-4p
Bastidores CNN
Gustavo Uribe
Tainá Falcão
4p-6p
CNN 360°
Raquel Landim
6p-8p
CNN Arena
Leandro Magalhães
8p-10p
CNN Prime Time
Márcio Gomes
10p-11p
WW
William Waack
11p-11:15p
O Grande Debate
Leandro Magalhães
11:30p-12p, Fridays
The Golf Brasil
Henrique Kirilauskas
Saturday[19]
BRT Program[20] Host(s)
6:0a-9:30a
CNN Newsroom Sábado
Rotation of Presenters
9:30a-12:45p
Agora CNN Sábado
Rotation of Presenters
3p-5:45p
Agora CNN Sábado
Rotation of Presenters
8p-10p
CNN Primetime Sábado
Rotation of Presenters
Sunday[19]
BRT Program[20] Host(s)
6a-9:30a
CNN Newsroom Domingo
Rotation of Presenters
9:30a-12:15p
Agora CNN Domingo
Rotation of Presenters
1p-2:30p
DominGOL com Benja
Benjamin Back
2:30p-5:15p
Agora CNN Domingo
Rotation of Presenters
8p-8:45p
CNN Primetime Domingo
Rotation of presenters
8:45p-9:15p
É Negócio
Carlos Santana
9:15p-10p
CNN Esportes S/A
João Vitor Xavier
10p-11p
WW - Edição Especial
William Waack
CNN Brasil Soft
Program[20] Host(s)
CNN Séries Originais
Elisa Weeck
CNN Sinais Vitais
Roberto Kalil
CNN Viagem & Gastronomia
Daniela Filomeno
Former programs
Program Terms Host(s)
2020-2021
André Mifano
À Prioli
2021-2022
Gabriela Prioli
Caminhos
2022-2023
Abílio Diniz
CNN Carteira Inteligente
2020
Fernando Nakagawa
CNN Freedom Project
2023
Carlos Tramontina
CNN Líderes
2020
Raquel Landim
CNN Manhã
2020-2023
Roberto Nonato
Nicole Fusco
Stêvão Limana
CNN Produções Especiais
2021-2022
Glória Vanique
CNN Sábado/Domingo
2020-2022
Rotation of presenters
CNN Soft Business
2021-2022
Philipe Siani
Fernando Nakagawa
CNN Tonight
2020-2021
Gabriela Prioli, Mari Palma and Leandro Karnal
Dossiê CNN
2020
Monalisa Perrone
Entre Mundos
2021-2022
Pedro Andrade
Expresso CNN
2020-2022
Monalisa Perrone
Elisa Veck and Evandro Cini
Jornal da CNN
2020-2022
William Waack
Monalisa Perrone
MiConta
2023
Mica Rocha
Olhares Brasileiros
2022
Abílio Diniz
O Ponto
2020
Renata Agostini and Caio Junqueira
Popverso CNN
2022-2023
Phelipe Siani and Mari Palma
Projeto Upload
2021-2022
Stéphanie Fleury
Realidade CNN
2020-2021
Luciana Barreto
Universo Karnal
2022-2023
Leandro Karnal
Visão CNN
2020-2023
Cassius Zeilmann
Luciana Barreto
Carla Vilhena
Roberta Russo

References

  1. ^ Locatelli, Piero; Fishman, Andrew (20 January 2019). "CNN Brasil Poised to Become "Brazil's Fox News"". The Intercept. Retrieved 12 September 2019.
  2. ^ "CNN to launch in Brazil". Iberian Lawyer. 17 January 2020. Archived from the original on 14 January 2022. Retrieved 5 April 2020.
  3. ^ Sacchitiello, Bárbara (2019-05-07). "CNN Brasil abre sede provisória em São Paulo". Meio e Mensagem - Marketing, Mídia e Comunicação (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2023-07-08.
  4. ^ "CNN terá canal no Brasil e prevê contratação de 400 jornalistas" (in Portuguese). Exame. 15 January 2019. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  5. ^ Padiglione, Cristina (23 March 2017). "CNN prepara lançamento de canal no Brasil, em parceria com a RedeTV!" (in Portuguese). Folha de S. Paulo. Archived from the original on 9 February 2023. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  6. ^ Valim, Carlos Eduardo (22 February 2019). "O construtor de uma nova TV" (in Portuguese). Isto É Dinheiro. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  7. ^ "Douglas Tavolaro deixa a Record para comandar canal CNN no Brasil" (in Portuguese). 14 January 2019. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  8. ^ Lima, Ana Cora (14 January 2019). "Ex-chefão do jornalismo da Record, Douglas Tavolaro comandará CNN no Brasil" (in Portuguese). Uol. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  9. ^ Farias, Carolina (4 June 2019). "Evaristo Costa e William Waack são os primeiros âncoras anunciados pela CNN" (in Portuguese). Uol. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  10. ^ Oliveira, Filipe (3 June 2019). "Com estreia no segundo semestre, CNN Brasil lança perfis em redes sociais" (in Portuguese). Folha de S. Paulo. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  11. ^ Reis, João Paulo (18 June 2019). "Saiba onde será a sede da CNN Brasil" (in Portuguese). Observatório da Televisão. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  12. ^ Pinheiro, Felipe (22 July 2019). "Após deixarem Globo, Mari Palma e Phelipe Siani assinam com a CNN Brasil" (in Portuguese). Uol.
  13. ^ Feltrin, Ricardo (25 July 2019). "CNN Brasil reforça time e contraa ex-apresentadora do canal Futura" (in Portuguese). Uol. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
  14. ^ Castro, Daniel (3 September 2019). "Após 20 anos de Globo, Monalisa Perrone pede demissão e vai para a CNN Brasil" (in Portuguese). Notícias da TV. Retrieved 3 September 2019.
  15. ^ Castro, Daniel (16 September 2019). "Reinaldo Gottino pede demissão da Record e reforça time da CNN Brasil". Uol (in Portuguese). Notícias da TV. Retrieved 16 September 2019.
  16. ^ "Após apresentar o "Jornal Nacional", jornalista troca Globo por CNN Brasil" (in Portuguese). IG. Retrieved 8 November 2019.
  17. ^ de Oliveira, Gabriel (15 February 2021). "CNN Brasil "ganha" afiliada em pequena cidade do interior". TV Pop. Retrieved 15 February 2021.
  18. ^ Oliveira, Gabriel de (18 February 2021). "Emissora nanica deixa de piratear a CNN Brasil e ameaça quem os denunciou". TV Pop. Retrieved 18 February 2021.
  19. ^ a b c Stycer, Mauricio (10 March 2020). "Como a CNN Brasil ficará ao vivo por 17h e 30 minutos ao dia; veja a grade" (in Portuguese). UOL. Retrieved 11 March 2020.
  20. ^ a b c d "Programação CNN Brasil" (in Portuguese). CNN Brasil. Retrieved 26 March 2020.