Keeping up with the news in Brazil

Hello everyone,

Living in Brazil provides countless occasions to browse local newspapers, listen to local radio stations or watch local TV shows. As everywhere else in the world, local media play a key role in informing the public.

What are the major media in Brazil? Which one do you use on a regular basis?

How do you keep up with international issues (newspapers, radio, TV, Internet)?

Thank you in advance!


the BBC and Al Jazeera for everything,

I am a CNN person and of course "The Rio Times" :)

BBC reliable source of News, BBC TV ITV CH4 & C5 available with Proxy sever. I use Getflix  Reliable inexpensive proxy server … hp?id=2090

BBC radio available without Proxy iOS apps available from UK Itunes, Roku supported All with uk rook account

Internet for international news, Record and Globo for local news

I get my updates from as many sources as possible, not partial to any particular source for I read most of the above mentioned sources in the posts and read the Main Stream Media and Alternative Media and some YouTube between all of the sources I usally get to the bottom of the News one can use/lol. Some are one sided and some are two sided and some news is lopsided. I personally try to decipher the current article or subject of the article to get to the facts and somewhere in one of the articles is maybe some truth. I try to keep an open mind from the various news sources, compare and decipher as I engage mind before I put my foot in my mouth!/ I mostly go with the internet for news on Brasil. I have no favorites for most MSM/ AM all have alternative reasons for how a article/ story is delivered to the readers. Just a Rant! :dumbom:
I usally Google the "Latest News of Brasil" and work my way through each news agency,
like Rio Times, Folho,Globo,BBC,ABC, Al Jazeera, Reuters,Telesur and list goes on. :cool:

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