Rede Record comemora a vice-liderança no PNT

Em nota, a emissora afirma ser vice-líder há mais de seis anos.

A Rede Record comemora a vice-liderança no Painel Nacional de Televisão (PNT) durante o mês de agosto. A emissora se mantém á frente do SBT, segundo nota, há mais de seis anos.

Confira o comunicado:

“O Ibope acaba de divulgar os indíces do Painel Nacional de Televisão (PNT) e revela que, em agosto, a TV Record foi a única emissora a crescer em audiência, fechando sua média em 6 pontos no período das 7h à meia-noite.

Isso representa 16% a mais do que o SBT, que caiu de 5,5 para 5,2 pontos de audiência.

A TV Record, assim como na Grande SP, registrou crescimento em todas as faixas horárias – manhã, tarde e horário nobre, além do período de 24 horas.

A emissora manteve, portanto, a vice-liderança em todo o País, posição conquistada há 6 anos.”

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Wanderers and Shimizu share the honours

Thursday, 5 September 2013 9:23 AM

Wanderers and Shimizu share the honours

The Western Sydney Wanderers drew 2-2 today in an exciting encounter with Shimizu S-Pulse at Naihondaira Stadium.

First half goals from Tomi Juric and Kwabena Appiah saw the Wanderers go in 2-1 up at halftime.

The second half saw the Wanderers create a large number of chances but couldn’t extend their lead which proved costly as the J-1 team found the net late through Hattanda’s long range equaliser.

The biggest cheer of the night came with Shinji Ono’s assist for Appiah’s goal, with the home town hero controlling and shooting inside the box only for the keeper to palm the ball into the path of the speedy attacker.

Labinot Haliti, Juric and Appiah had the lion share of chances during the match with the Wanderers consistently creating openings in front of the 2,000 strong crowd.

The Wanderers created some exciting passages of play on the carpet like pitch and showed glimpse of how they won the Premiers’ Plate in their inaugural Hyundai A-League season.

While the Shimizu goalkeeper made some good saves, the Wanderers just could not find the net in the second half to lock-up the result.

And with the conditions testing due to the waves of torrential rain sweeping through the stadium, the Wanderers couldn’t hold out when a Hattanda strike from outside the area found the bottom left of substitute goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson’s net in the dying minutes of the match.

With 22 squad players getting valuable minutes, Wanderers Head Coach Tony Popovic was pleased with the hit out.

“It was good to play J-League opposition, a good experience for the boys and a good performance,” said Popovic.

“This provides much needed preparation not just for our season but also for our first ACL campaign – it gave a good taste for the group of how Asian opposition will play and get a feel for games under different conditions.

“The players all got valuable minutes, it was a good challenge and we move onto the next game in China.”

The Wanderers tomorrow travel to Guangzhou in China for a six day training camp and match against Guangzhou R&F.

Western Sydney Wanderers 2 (Juric 25’, Appiah 44’)
Shimizu S-Pulse 2 (Murata 37’, Hattanda 87’)

4 September, 2013
Shimizu Nihondaira Stadium

NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers starting line-up: 1.Ante Covic (20.Jerrard Tyson 46’), 3. Adam D’Apuzzo (Nicholas Olsen 60’), 4. Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Mateo Poljak 46’), 5. Michael Beauchamp (22.Dean Heffernan 46’), 6. Jerome Polenz (2.Shannon Cole 46’), 9. Tomi Juric (7.Labinot Haliti 46’), 10. Aaron Mooy (11.Brendan Santalab 60’), 14. Kwabena Appiah (17.Youssouf Hersi 46’), 18. Iacopo La Rocca (15.Jake McGing 60’), 19. Mark Bridge (12. Tahj Minniecon 60’), 21. Shinji Ono (23. Jason Trifiro 46’)

Substitute not used: 16. Martin Lo

 

Football Federation Australia

Luke Wilkshire ruled out of Brazilian Friendly

Thursday, 5 September 2013 11:34 AM

Luke Wilkshire ruled out of Brazilian Friendly

Socceroos Head Coach Holger Osieck today announced that Luke Wilkshire has been ruled out of the upcoming international friendly match against Brazil due to a knee injury.

Wilkshire travelled to Brasilia and was assessed by the Socceroos medical staff on arrival. Following his assessment and consultation, Osieck decided that Wilkshire would not be suitably fit to train or play in the match and therefore released him back into the care of his club, Dinamo Moscow, to recover.

In addition, Tim Cahill did not travel to Brasilia to join the squad due to an ankle injury he sustained playing for his MLS club the New York Red Bulls on the weekend.

No players have been called in to replace Wilkshire and Cahill.

The Socceroos will play 2014 FIFA World Cup hosts and five-time FIFA World Cup winners Brazil at Brasilia’s Estadio Nacional Mané Garrincha on Saturday 7 September.

Kick off is at 4.15pm local time (Sunday 8 September, 5.15am AEST).

The match will be broadcast live and exclusive on Fox Sports 3HD and Fox Sports 3 from 5am AEST.

 

Football Federation Australia

Socceroos in Brazil | Day Three

Thursday, 5 September 2013 12:08 PM

Australia Flag Map

BRASILIA: Recent results suggest that the Socceroos will be doing battle with one of the form teams in international football on Saturday (Sunday AEST).

Their undoubted pedigree aside, Brazil’s Seleçao are in the midst of a strong run of results, highlighted by their FIFA Confederations Cup triumph on home soil three months ago.

Last month’s loss to Switzerland was an exception to their otherwise impressive record in friendlies in recent years, a run that has included thrashings of China (8-0) and Iraq (6-0), on top of comfortable wins over Argentina, France and Mexico.

“I guess everybody plays football and dreams as a kid of playing against opposition of this quality,” said midfielder Tommy Oar.

“If you look at the names they have then it will be a fantastic experience just to play against opposition of that quality.

“It’s really exciting.”

Rather than daunted by the occasion, the Socceroos are relishing the atmosphere that awaits at the weekend.

72,000 spectators are expected to fill Brasilia’s Estadio Nacional Mané Garrincha on Saturday – a day where the Brazilian capital will come alive for the anniversary of the Independence of Brazil.

The Seleçao last played at Saturday’s match venue at June’s FIFA Confederations Cup, where they defeated Australia’s traditional regional rivals Japan 3-0.

“I think against any team you’re always going to get chances,” said key striker Brett Holman.

“I doesn’t matter how great or how world class any team is, they always give away chances and individually and the quality that they have, they’re phenomenal and they’ve got great players.

“But, we’ve got good players as well and they’re showing that in all the leagues they’re playing in.

“We’re going to get chances and, who knows, maybe we can cause a great upset.”

The Socceroos will play 2014 FIFA World Cup hosts and five-time FIFA World Cup winners Brazil at Brasilia’s Estadio Nacional Mané Garrincha on Saturday 7 September.

Kick off is at 4.15pm local time (Sunday 8 September, 5.15am AEST).

The match will be broadcast live and exclusive on Fox Sports 3HD and Fox Sports 3 from 5am AEST.

 

Football Federation Australia

“Rebelde” atinge melhor audiência desde estreia mas empata com a Record

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O terceiro capítulo da reprise de “Rebelde”, que foi ao ar nesta quarta-feira (04), atingiu altos índices de audiência ao SBT.
A trama mexicana obteve média de 10 pontos, a mais alta dentre os três capítulos já veiculados. Apesar disso, a trama não conseguiu abrir vantagem na segunda colocação e empatou com a Record, que exibia o “Jornal da Record” e a minissérie “José do Egito”.
Esses índices são consolidados e são baseados na preferência de um grupo de telespectadores da Grande São Paulo.
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Rede Globo é contra excursões de clubes no meio do Brasileirão

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A Rede Globo, detentora dos diretos das competições de futebol no Brasil, se posicionou em relação às excursões que times brasileiros tem feito ao exterior.

O diretor da Globo Esportes, Marcelo Campos Pinto, em entrevista ao blog do jornalista Ricardo Perrone, disse que a emissora é totalmente contra tais viagens no meio do Campeonato Brasileiro.

“A Globo é terminantemente contra qualquer clube deixar o Brasileiro para jogar amistosos. Essas saídas forçam a realização de partidas em menos de 72 horas para que o campeonato termine na data prevista. E provocam um desequilíbrio técnico. Quem está com dois jogos a menos já sabe o que precisa fazer para superar o seu concorrente direto na tabela. Às vezes, um empate basta e o time entra menos pressionado. Não é justo”.

Este ano, Santos e São Paulo fizeram pequenas viagens e reclamaram que a reposição dos seus jogos foram colocados em datas com pouco espaço entre os dias para descansar. Um exemplo claro é o Tricolor paulista, que depois de jogar contra o Naútico na última terça (03), irá enfrentar o Criciúma hoje.

O diretor concluiu dizendo que não existe excesso de jogos no calendário brasileiro.

“A única diferença em relação ao que os clubes enfrentam na Europa é que aqui temos os Estaduais. Mas a diferença só é expressiva para os que chegam às fases decisivas de todas as competições”, disse.
 

NaTelinha

RECNOV não fechou e se prepara para seus lançamentos em 2014

 

 

É grande o movimento de diretores da teledramaturgia da Record. Edgard Miranda, por exemplo, já se dedica aos preparativos de “Vitória”, de Cristianne Fridman, substituta de “Pecado Mortal”. João Camargo, em parceria com o pessoal da Academia de Filmes, está fechando o elenco de “Milagres de Jesus”. Já Edson Spinello, ficará responsável por uma das próximas minisséries, “Moisés e Os 10 Mandamentos”. E, Ignácio Coqueiro, aguarda definições da emissora, mas já está cotado para um dos quatro especiais de fim de ano.

Ficamos assim. Mas amanhã tem mais. Tchau!

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

CNN Internacional exibirá reportagem sobre obras para a Copa do Mundo da FIFA Brasil 2014

 

 

 

A CNN Internacional programou para domingo, 8, às 20 horas, a exibição da reportagem “Ready to play”…
… Um olhar sobre os estádios e as obras de infraestruturas no Brasil, para receber o mundial do ano que vem.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery