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Geraldo Luís nos tempos de “Geraldo Brasil”: título pode ser resgatado pela Record – Divulgação/Record
Geraldo Brasil foi um programa de televisão brasileiro de variedades apresentado pelo jornalista Geraldo Luís, com foco no jornalismo e entretenimento, exibido nas tardes da Rede Record.
Foi criado em 6 de julho de 2009, substituindo o Programa da Tarde, como parte da série de reformulações da grade da emissora. O apresentador deixou o comando do Balanço Geral SP para se dedicar ao seu novo programa.
Devido a baixa audiência do programa, alterações de horários, e etc, também teve mudanças de formatos diversas vezes para ver se decolava na audiência, teve estilo de Casos de Família, aonde pessoas resolviam problemas e discutiam assuntos do cotidiano, estilo barraco, estilo feminino, estilo policial, estilo entretenimento, estilo jornalismo, e até sobre o reality rural A Fazenda.
Quando a 1ª edição do programa A Fazenda começou, era exibido flash ao vivo, e um boletim do dia, dava boa audiência. Logo depois com seu fim caiu na audiência, com a estreia da 2ªedição do reality A Fazenda o programa era totalmente dedicado ao reality mas mesmo assim não tinha audiência. Até a famosa “Passarela” aonde famosos atravessavam, que era exibida pelo Hoje em dia, foi colocada no programa para dar audiência, mas também não alavancou.
Devido a outra reformulação na grade, o programa saiu do ar em 18 de dezembro de 2009. No horário, foi exibido uma programação especial de férias com as séries A Múmia, Wolverine e os X-Men, A Nova Super Máquina, Hércules, Todo Mundo Odeia o Chris,H20: Meninas Sereias e Pica-Pau.
Nota do blog : Você acha que esse programa dará certo aos domingos à tarde ? Tem como prosperar um programa brega, cheio de quadros de qualidade duvidosa e com um apresentador chato para caramba ? Nosso palpite é que esse programa vai durar menos tempo que no ano de 2009 .
Confira a primeira rodada do Brasileiro:
Flamengo x Goiás
Fluminense x Figueirense
São Paulo x Botafogo
Santos x Sport
Atlético-PR x Grêmio
Atlético-MG x Corinthians
Bahia x Cruzeiro
Internacional x Vitória
Criciúma x Palmeiras
Chapecoense x Coritiba
Marcos Hummel comanda o “Câmera Record” – Divulgação/Record
SEOUL, Feb. 6 (Yonhap) — North Korea threatened Thursday to backtrack from a deal on family reunions, citing South Korea’s upcoming military drills with the United States and its alleged slander.
The North’s powerful National Defense Commission urged South Korea to scrap the joint military drills, which Pyongyang claims are a rehearsal for a nuclear war against it.
“Dialogue and exercises of war of aggression cannot go hand in hand,” the commission said in a statement aired by the regime’s state-run radio.
The statement underscores the North’s unpredictability and challenges in dealing with the country, which has a track record of backtracking from or canceling agreements at the last minute.
South Korea’s defense ministry immediately dismissed the North’s demand, saying it will press ahead with the drills with the U.S. later this month as scheduled.
Seoul and Washington say their annual training events are designed to heighten the allies’ defense posture against possible provocations from North Korea. About 28,500 U.S. troops are stationed in South Korea, a legacy of the 1950-53 Korean War.
The North’s commission also lashed out at the U.S. for flying a B-52 bomber over the peninsula on Wednesday when the two Koreas reached a deal on the reunions at their border talks.
The North’s move came a day after the two Koreas agreed to hold the reunions at Mount Kumgang, a scenic resort on North Korea’s east coast, from Feb. 20 to 25.
On Wednesday, the North said hostile military acts should not undermine the atmosphere for inter-Korean reconciliation, though it did not demand that Seoul drop its plan to hold the military exercises with the U.S.
The North’s commission also suggested that the reunions could not be held if South Korea’s slander persists.
The North did not elaborate on what it meant by slander, but it was apparently referring to South Korean news reports critical of its leader Kim Jong-un’s failure to remove his shoes when he visited several babies inside of a room at a Pyongyang nursery.
The North has long bristled at any outside criticism of its leader.
In December, North Korea warned of military strikes against South Korea in anger over a Seoul rally, in which conservative protesters burned effigies of Kim and his father and grandfather, the North’s two late leaders, Kim Jong-il and Kim Il-sung.
Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl-jae called on the North to honor its latest agreement with South Korea on the reunions.
South Korea plans to send an advance team to the North to prepare for the reunions on Friday, though it remains unclear whether the North will accept them.
Last year, the sides had agreed to hold family reunions at Mount Kumgang, but Pyongyang abruptly called them off at the last minute.
The North has had sensitive reactions to B-52 bombers in recent years, viewing them as nuclear blackmail and a military threat against it.
In response to Pyongyang’s angry remarks over B-52s, the U.S. Pacific Command said Thursday it has “maintained a rotational strategic bomber presence in the region for more than a decade,” without elaborating on operational details of specific missions.
“These aircraft, and the men and women who fly them, provide a significant capability that enables our readiness and commitment to extended deterrence, provides assurances to our allies, and strengthens regional security and stability in the Asia-Pacific region,” the U.S. Pacific Command said in an e-mailed statement.
Last year, the North canceled the planned visit to Pyongyang by Robert King, special envoy on North Korean human rights issues, in protest of drills by the U.S. strategic bombers.
King had planned to make a two-day trip to Pyongyang in September to secure the release of Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American missionary sentenced to 15 years of hard labor.
North Korea denied visa renewals for two American professors, who believe that their denial resulted from encouraging students to think critically, according to Wednesday’s Voice of America radio broadcast.
Sandralee and Robert Moynihan, former professors at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, were denied reentry to North Korea at the end of last year, when the couple tried to return for the new semester as associate professors.
The couple received no definite answer as to the reason for the denial and was only told that the situation was unfortunate. Sandralee, however, suspected that the denial has been linked to her teaching style.
In one of her lectures, Sandralee handed out a translated copy of the North Korean Constitution, and asked the students to evaluate whether the constitution was applied in daily life, she told VOA. She also encouraged students to ask questions and speak up if their opinion differed from that of the professor.
The American couple taught economics and business administration at PUST from August to November 2013. PUST is North Korea’s first privately funded university, providing technology and management courses in English.
February 6, 2014
Mark Bresciano, playing for Qatar’s Al-Gharafa club, fights for the ball with Schalke 04’s Atsuto Uchida (left) and Donis Avdijaj during a friendly match in Doha in January. Photo: Reuters
Mark Bresciano is training with A-League club Melbourne Heart as he seeks to boost his fitness ahead of a potential World Cup berth.
Bresciano is serving a four-month ban by world soccer body FIFA over a transfer dispute, ruling him out of competitive matches until March.
The suspended Socceroos midfielder popped up at Epping on Wednesday morning with the rest of John van ‘t Schip’s squad. Bresciano said last month he hoped to find a club to train with that also offered friendly matches, possibly in Italy.
Heart was coy on how long Bresciano would train with the club or whether it was lining up a potential deal for the playmaker when his suspension ends. If a move to an A-League club becomes possible, it would allow Bresciano to play five regular-season matches before the finals start in April.
Heart full-back Aziz Behich said the group would benefit from having a player of Bresciano’s calibre at the club.
”Everyone knows Bresciano and what he’s done. He’ll be good to have around the group even if it’s just training,” Behich said. ”The experience he brings, he’ll help a lot of us young players.”
Meanwhile, more than 20 players have found new A-League homes. With the window shutting on Wednesday night, every club bar Melbourne Heart can boast arrivals for the 10 games remaining.
Several Socceroos searching for regular competition in the lead-up to the World Cup also found new homes, with Sasa Ognenovski joining Sydney FC, while Tom Rogic is on loan to Melbourne Victory.
Source : The Sydney Morning Herald