TV Globo Internacional

television channel

TV Globo Internacional (also known by its acronym TVGI or just as Globo) is an international pay television channel broadcasting from Brazil. It was launched on 24 August 1999 and it is owned by Grupo Globo.

TV Globo Internacional
Broadcast areaInternational
NetworkTV Globo
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerRoberto Irineu Marinho
ParentGrupo Globo
Key peopleRoberto Irineu Marinho
Sister channelsTV Globo Portugal
Launched24 August 1999; 24 years ago (24 August 1999)
FounderRoberto Marinho
OptimumChannel 1129
Comcast XfinityChannel 3213
Dish Network (USA)Channel 9800
Sky Cable PHLChannel 261
DirecTV (USA)Channel 2134
DirecTV Latin AmericaChannel 2134
DSTV AfricaChannel 510
Sky Perfect TV JapanChannel 514 (IPCTV)
TV Cabo MozambiqueChannel 223
Rogers CanadaChannel 791
Verizon FiOS (USA)Channel 1768
Free (France)Channel 638
DirecTV StreamChannel 2134
Streaming media
Sling TVInternet Protocol television

Correspondents change

Journalism change

City Country Journalist
New York   United States Jorge Pontual

Sandra Coutinho

Felipe Santana

Carolina Cimenti

Guga Chacra

Candice Carvalho

Felippe Coaglio

Ismar Madeira[1][2]

Washington Raquel Krahenbühl
Buenos Aires   Argentina Ariel Palacios
Santiago   Chile Camilla Viegas
London   United Kingdom Cecília Malan

Murilo Salviano

Natalie Reinoso

Rodrigo Carvalho

Rome   Italy Ilze Scamparini
Zurich    Switzerland Bianca Rothier
Lisboa   Portugal Leonardo Monteiro
Madrid   Spain Ana Beatriz Farias
Tel Aviv   Israel Paola De Orte
Tokyo   Japan Undefined
Johannesburg   South Africa Vinicius Assis

Sports change

City Country Sportcaster
New York City   United States André Gallindo
London   United Kingdom Undefined
Paris   France Guilherme Pereira
Madrid   Spain Fernando Kallás
Buenos Aires   Argentina Raphael Sibilla
Tokyo   Japan Undefined

Countries change

Americas change

In the Americas, in addition to the premium Globo Internacional channel, which is broadcast with Brazilian programming and with original audio, the station has Pasiones from Hemisphere Media Group as the main partner in Latin America and the United States. Programming from the latter channel includes soap operas from Globo dubbed in Spanish.

Europe, Africa & Oceania change

In November 2021, it was announced the end of broadcasts in all European countries, except Portugal, as of December 31. Viewers will follow Globo Internacional's programming through Globoplay, However, TV Globo Internacional is still continued broadcasting in Portugal, some Portuguese-speaking countries such as Angola, Mozambique (Via Globo Portugal), Australia at after Date.

References change

  1. "Globo promove mudanças e Renato Machado deixa de ser correspondente internacional ⋆ Famosos na Web". Famosos na Web (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-05-22.
  2. "Fábio Turci é o novo correspondente da Globo em NY". O Planeta TV (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-05-22.