Rádio Globo

Rádio Globo is a Brazilian contemporary hit radio network, owned by Sistema Globo de Rádio (Grupo Globo's radio division). It was launched on 2 December 1944.[1].

Rádio Globo
TypeBroadcast radio network
Country
First air date
December 2, 1944 (1944-12-02)
SloganA rádio que vibra com vc
("The station that rocks with you")
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro
OwnerSistema Globo de Rádio (Grupo Globo)
Official website
radioglobo.com.br
Rádio Globo logo from 2014 to 2017.

Its journalists anchors are Roberto Canázio andRosana Jatobá. The company employs more than 200 other journalists.

Until July 15, 2019, Rádio Globo was a full-service network. On that date, the network "flipped" to a Brazilian-style CHR format (also known in the country as "popular radio"), retaining the football broadcasts (branded as "Futebol Globo no Rádio" and simulcast with sister network CBN).

Owned-and-operated stationsEdit

Programs and CommunicationsEdit

  • Vai na Fé (Padre Omar)
  • Café das Seis
  • Papo de Almoço (Léo Jaime, Fernanda Gentil, Adriane Galisteu, Tiago Abravanel, Marcos Veras)
  • Tá Rolando Música (Rafa Ferraz)
  • Redação Globo (Rosana Jatobá)
  • Zona Mista
    • RJ: Pop Bola
    • SP: Rodrigo Rodrigues
  • Globo Esportivo
    • RJ: Marcelo Barreto
    • SP: Oscar Ulisses
  • Radar do Esporte and Esporte S/A (Carlos Eduardo Eboli)
  • Convocadas (Fernanda Gentil)
  • Mundo da Luta (Rhodes Lima)
  • Em Cartaz (Charles Gavin, Maurício Valladares, Henrique Portugal, Dedé Teicher, Diogo Nogueira)
  • Sai do Ar (Rafa Ferraz e Thiago Matheus)
  • Cartola FC (Hugo Lago)
  • Segue o Jogo (Felipe Andreoli)
  • Futebol à Manivela and Domingo + Esportivo (Maurício Bastos)
  • Trilha de Craques and Galera da Bola (Rodrigo Rodrigues)
  • Revista Rádio Globo (Roberto Canázio)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "60 anos de história". Rádio Globo. Retrieved 19 December 2016.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 22°55′21″S 43°10′26″W / 22.9225°S 43.1740°W / -22.9225; -43.1740