SPTV-2ª edição atinge audiência recorde com volta de Carlos Tramontina

O jornalista Carlos Tramontina, que esteve afastado do SPTV-2ª edição em decorrência de uma cirurgia no baço, voltou nesta segunda-feira ao comando do jornalístico na Globo, após quase um mês fora do ar.

E foi uma volta com direito a recorde de audiência no horário, com 33 pontos de média e 48% de share – participação no número de ligados.
Só para se ter uma ideia, a última vez que a emissora registrou esse índice foi em 7 de setembro de 2011.

Durante a ausência de Tramontina, a Central de Atendimento da Globo, em São Paulo, recebeu um número enorme de telefonemas, com o público em busca de informações sobre o estado de saúde do jornalista.

No Rio, o RJTV 2ª edição também teve uma segunda-feira de recorde de audiência: 37 pontos de média com 55% de share.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

TV Globo dá início aos trabalhos da próxima novela das 9

Denise Fraga é uma das novidades do elenco de "A Lei do Amor"

Denise Fraga é uma das novidades do elenco de “A Lei do Amor”

 

Os artistas escalados para “A Lei do Amor”, de Maria Adelaide Amaral e Vincent Villari, substituta de “Velho Chico”, foram reunidos ontem, pela primeira vez, no Projac.

Ao mesmo tempo, a diretora Denise Saraceni abriu também a fase de ensaios, solicitando a todos o máximo de empenho neste início de trabalhos.

Já nos dias 10 e 11, os elencos da primeira e segunda fases de “A Lei do Amor” irão participar de um workshop, já contando também com presença de autores, diretores e convidados.

As gravações, começando pelas externas, terão início só depois disso.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

ACL preview: Guangzhou Evergrande v Sydney FC

Sydney FC's Milos Ninkovic controls the ball during the game against Guangzhou Evergrande.

Make no mistake, says Asian football expert @JohnnyDuerden, there is plenty on the line for both sides as Sydney FC eye top spot in the group against Scolari’s beleaguered Chinese Super League outfit on Tuesday night.

Sydney FC ‘s trip to Guangzhou Evergrande on Tuesday may be a dead rubber for both teams–though for very different reasons –but the final Group H game in the 2016 AFC Champions League could be a very intriguing one. And important.

Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is under pressure. One leading Chinese football writer said last week that his position at the club was ‘precarious’.

It is all down to the fact that the Southern China Tigers were eliminated from the continental competition with one game remaining.

The holders were hoping to make it three from four in Asia. Instead, they now have to concentrate on making it six from six in the Chinese Super League.

Much of it is down to Sydney’s famous win over the star-studded Reds on Matchday Two.

After a goalless draw at home to Pohang Steelers on the opening day, it left Scolari and his men in a tough situation.

Taking a quick 2-0 lead at home to Urawa Reds seemed to put the team back on track but 2-0 ended 2-2.

And then a loss in Japan left it out of Chinese hands and despite a win at Pohang Steelers, it was too little too late for the Southern Chinese Tigers. Guangzhou was out.

Scolari has been criticised in China for sticking with the same old players week in, week out and not giving what is regarded as a talented group of youngsters chances to shine.

It was striking that the win in Pohang came with veteran midfielder Zheng Zhi suspended and star striker Jackson Martinez injured.

Xu Xin came in for the captain and looked very composed indeed. Li Yuanyi, also 22, is another one to watch.

Brazilian midfielder Alan was not registered for the Champions League and it is rumoured that his relationship with the boss is frosty.

He played at the weekend however and shone in a 2-1 win at home to Shanghai Shenhua, scoring twice with one beauty of a curler from outside the area.

The three points keeps the five-time champion on top of the table.

It should then be a committed, if slightly younger than usual, Guangzhou team and while Scolari’s priority is now winning league title number six, another defeat in Asia would not go down well.

But, and this is not a sentence anyone would have been expecting when the draw was made, Sydney don’t need to be concerned with Guangzhou.

Graham Arnold’s men have their eyes on top spot.

The coach has already said that it would be preferable to play Shandong Luneng in the second round rather than Group F winners FC Seoul.

Seoul has been the most impressive performer in the entire tournament so far. The Koreans’ 4-1 dismantling of Japanese champion Sanfrecce Hiroshima after going a goal behind was one of the best 45 minutes or so seen in Asia for years.

The 2013 finalist, who lost to Guangzhou then and bored the entire continent in the 2015 competition, has scored 16 goals so far with Brazilian hotshot Adriano getting nine. Seoul is confident, playing well and carry a serious attacking threat.

With Urawa likely to defeat the already-eliminated second-string Pohang team in Japan, Sydney will need to take three points in China to be sure of top spot.

To do so in a tough group would be a great achievement in its own right but it also makes the path to the quarterfinals a little easier.

Football Federation Australia

Caltex Socceroos v Greece to be named The Dodoni Series

The Caltex Socceroos and Greece will lock horns in The Dodoni Series after the global dairy company signed on as the official naming rights partner for the two international blockbusters in June.

The Dodoni Series will see the Caltex Socceroos’ and the 2004 European Champions clash on Saturday 4 June at ANZ Stadium in Sydney and Tuesday 7 June at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium.

Dodoni is a leading Greek producer of quality dairy products that has established itself in the Australian market over the past 30 years, having been founded in 1963 in Northern Greece.

Football Federation Australia CEO David Gallop welcomed Dodoni’s support of the two game series.

“Dodoni’s commitment to these two matches in the Caltex Socceroos’ calendar is warmly received and we thank them for their support of the Greece national team’s visit down under,” said Gallop.

“The last time the Greece national team played in 2006 in Australia a sell-out crowd saw them take on the Caltex Socceroos in Melbourne and these two games in June are again set to attract huge interest by fans in attendance and also on television.”

On the agreement, Dodoni Australia CEO Emmanuel Kotis says it is an exciting venture for the company.

“We’re thrilled to have the Dodoni name associated with these two huge games,” said Emmanuel.

“With a proud Greek heritage, Dodoni has now become a recognized brand in Australia so this involvement is a perfect fit for us.”

“We are confident the large amount of interest the Dodoni Series will generate will give great exposure of Dodoni and our range of products that have become much loved by not only Greek expats but all Australians.”

The Dodoni Series Match Details

Caltex Socceroos v Greece                          Caltex Socceroos v Greece

ANZ Stadium, Sydney                                    Etihad Stadium, Melbourne

Saturday 4 June 2016                                      Tuesday 7 June 2016

8pm kick off                                                       8pm kick off

Tickets for both of the Caltex Socceroos’ matches against Greece are on sale now at http://www.socceroos.com.au/tickets.

The matches will be broadcast LIVE on FOX SPORTS.

Football Federation Australia

Estreia em novelas: Carol Nakamura vai se envolver com Henri Castelli

Carol Nakamura vai se envolver com Henri Castelli em "Sol Nascente"

 

Hirô será a personagem de Carol Nakamura, ex-“Domingão”, na próxima novela das 18h da Globo, “Sol Nascente”, do Walther Negrão.

A princípio, vai chamar muito a atenção de Ralf, um tatuador e motoqueiro, papel de Henri Castelli. O perfil de Hirô ainda não está completamente fechado.

Nakamura começou na TV Globo como bailarina do “Domingão do Faustão”, depois passou a ser assistente e fazer reportagens para o mesmo programa, até chegar o convite para viver uma personagem nesta próxima novela das 6.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery