Premiere (Brazilian TV channel)

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The Premiere is a Brazilian television channel on pay-per-view broadcasts the main football State Championships in Brazil, and the Brazilian Championship Série A and Série B. Globosat belongs to, and is present in SKY, NET, Claro TV and Vivo TV, and some operators outside the country, such as DirecTV, Sling TV and Dish Network. From 1997 to 2006 it was called Premiere Esportes, switching to Premiere Futebol Clube and then to PFC, but in 2011 moved again, this time to Premiere FC, which keeps the same name today.

Premiere
Country Brazil
SloganO melhor time do Brasil é o seu.
("The best team in Brazil is your own.")
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Programming
Language(s)Portuguese
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerGlobosat (Grupo Globo)
Sister channelsSporTV
History
Launched1997
Former namesPremiere Esportes (1997-2006)
Premiere Futebol Clube (2006-2011)
Premiere FC (2011-2013)
Links
WebsiteOfficial website
Availability
Cable
NETChannels 220-228 (SD)
Channels 721-728 (HD)
Channel 730 (alternative feed - HD)
Dish Network (USA)Channel 602-03
Satellite
SKYChannels 230-244 (SD)
Channels 632-640 (HD)
Claro TVChannels 220–228 (SD)
Channel 229 (alternative feed - SD)
Channels 721-728 (HD)
Channels 729 and 730 (alternative feeds - HD)
Vivo TVChannel 150 (HD)
Channels 151–159 (SD)
Channels 950-952 and 953 (alternative feeds - HD)
Oi TVChannels 342–352 (SD)
Channels 340 and 341, 353-357 (HD)
Algar TVChannels 161–169 (SD)
Channel 969 (HD)
IPTV
Vivo TVChannels 721–728 (HD)
Oi TVChannels 342-352 (SD)
Channels 353-357 (HD)
Streaming media
GloboEsporte.comWatch live
(Brazilian login and signature are required)
AT&T TVChannel 2135

Team sportsEdit

NarratorsEdit

  • Alagoas: Madson Delano.
  • Bahia: Thiago Mastroianni and Pedro Canísio.
  • Ceará: Antero Neto and Bosco Farias.
  • Goiás: Cesar Rezende, Victor Roriz and Eduardo Carvalho.
  • Minas Gerais: Jaime Júnior., Marcos Leandro and Rogério Corrêa.
  • Pará: Cleiton Caesar.
  • Paraná: Felipe Lestar, Luiz Augusto Xavier, Marcelo Martins and Carlos Ortiz.
  • Pernambuco: Rembrandt Junior, Rodrigo Raposo and Eri Santos.
  • Rio de Janeiro: Bruno Souza, Claudio Uchôa, Clayton Carvalho, Jader Rocha, Eduardo Moreno, Eusebio Resende, Guto Nejaim, Julio Oliveira, Luiz Carlos Júnior , Paulo Stein, Roby Porto and Sergio Mauricio.
  • Rio Grande do Sul: Gustavo Manhago, Fernando Zanuzo, Luiz Augusto Alano, Paulo Brito and Ramiro Ruschel.
  • Santa Catarina: Cleiton Cesar, Giovani Martinello and André Lino.
  • São Paulo: Junior Jota, Linhares Junior, Milton Leite, Odinei Ribeiro, Osvaldo Luis, Jorge Vinícius, Bachin Junior, Edemar Annuseck, Reinaldo Porto, Demétrius Garcia and Gustavo Villani.

CommentatorsEdit

  • Bahia: Jorge Alan, Darino Sena and Clara Albuquerque.
  • Ceará: Paulo César Norões and Paulo Nobrega.
  • Goiás: Paulo Gonçalves, Claudio Rabelo, Paulo Vitor Marques and Monara.
  • Minas Gerais: Bob Faria, Leonardo Figueiredo, Marcos Guiotti and Pedro Henrique Vieira.
  • Pará: Carlos Ferreira.
  • Paraná: Dida, Nivaldo Carneiro, Gil Rocha and Edson Militão.
  • Pernambuco: Lúcio Surubim e Mário Flávio
  • Rio de Janeiro: André Loffredo, ledio Carmona, Marcelo Rodrigues, Paulo Cesar Vasconcellos, Raul Quadros, Teixeira Heizer, Raphael Rezende, Fred Soares Sergio Noronha and Roger Flores.
  • Rio Grande do Sul: Batista, Diogo Olivier, Mauricio Saraiva, Régis Nestrovski and Mario Marcos.
  • Santa Catarina: Gilberto Custodio, Renato Semensat, Paulinho Criciúma, Roberto Gaúcho and Ricardo Freitas
  • São Paulo: Luiz Ademar, Maurício Noriega, Wagner Vilaron, Müller, Waldir Peres, Renato Leal, Sérgio Valentim, Carlos Bonatelli, Rivelino Teixeira and Belletti

ReportersEdit

  • Bahia: Eduardo Oliveira, Matheus Carvalho, Sergio Pinheiro Pinheiro Renan and Daniela Leone.
  • Ceará: Alisson Oliveira and Luis Costa.
  • Distrito Federal: André Barroso and Gabriel Ramos.
  • Goiás: Monara Marques Rafael Sebba and Thais Freitas.
  • Minas Gerais: Josino Ribeiro, Luciana Machado, Maira Lemos and Guto Rabelo.
  • Pará: Leonardo Aquino and André Laurent.
  • Paraná: Daniel Hassan, Gustavo Marques, Lucas Rocha, Nadja Mauad, Roberson Jannuzzi of Robson and Lazzari.
  • Pernambuco: Georgia Kyrillos, Sabrina Rocha, Roger Casé, James Medeiros and Victor Bastos.
  • Rio de Janeiro: Bruna Gosling, Bruno Cortes, Felippe Awi, Fernando Saraiva, Janaina Xavier, Karin Duarte, Mark Carvalho, Anselmo Caparica, Ben Correia, Rodrigo Albornoz, Luiz Gonzaga and Juliano Lima Neto.
  • Rio Grande do Sul: Deborah de Oliveira, Fernando Becker, Júlio César Santos, Ricardo Lay, Thiago Morão and Rogério Giaretta.
  • Rio Grande do Norte: Thiago Liziane Virgil and Caesar.
  • Santa Catarina: Edmílson Ortiz, Francisco Alisson, Marcelo Siqueira, Elton Carvalho and Alessandra Flores.
  • São Paulo Alexandre Oliveira, Andrew Hernan, Cereto Carlos, Ivan Andrade, Joanna de Assis, James Maranhão, Édison Sousa, Felipe Diniz, Felipe Brisolla, Daniel Moreira Caio Dias and Maciel.

Championships broadcast by PremiereEdit

NationalsEdit

RegionalsEdit

Premiere ClubesEdit

Premiere FC created a channel for all its subscribers, with 24 hours of football per day, Premiere Clubes. With reruns of games all day, since 1993 until today. Every person that signs the Premiere Futebol Clube automatically gets the channel Premiere Clubes.

PFC InternacionalEdit

The PFC Internacional (or Premiere Internacional) was launched in 2007. It's the first brazilian sports channel focused on international audience. Produced by Canais Globo, the channel is available in more than 33 countries (United States, Canada, Portugal, Curaçao, Mozambique, Angola, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, France, Spain, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and Japan). According to Premiere, more than 600 brazilan football games are broadcast live by the channel every year.

ProgrammingEdit

PFC Internacional's programming consists in football matches and Sportv shows. From January to May, the channel focuses in broadcasting the state championships and from May to December in broadcasting the national championship. According to Premiere, the channel airs more than 600 brazilan football matches live every year.

When football matches are not being shown, Sportv shows like Baú do Esporte, Bem, Amigos!, Esporte Espetacular, Giro da Rodada, Globo Esporte Brasil, Grande Círculo are broadcast. Redação SporTV, Seleção SporTV, SporTV News, Tá na Área and Troca de Passes are very likely to be aired live. The channel also rely on re runs of brazilian football matches, specially at dawn.


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