Brazil: Globo TV network launches programme for Portuguese-speaking African countries

18 November 2008

Sao Paulo, Brazil, 18 Nov – Brazilian television network, Rede Globo is due soon to launch a programme aimed at audiences in Portuguese-speaking African countries, Brazil’s biggest TV company said.

The “Revista África” programme, created by TV Globo Internacional, will be co-produced by independent Angolan producer, Promoangol.

The programme will be an electronic cultural review show with reports shot in Angola and Mozambique, presented by Miss Angola, Lesliana Pereira.

Angola currently has the largest number of subscribers to TV Globo Internacional, with 150,000 of a total 500,000 foreign viewers who pay to watch the TV company’s programmes.

This will be the third exclusive programme for the international channel, following the series, “Planeta Brasil” produced in New York and “Cá Estamos” focused on the Portuguese community that watches TV Globo Portugal. (macauhub)