Números do TV TOTAL nos últimos 365 dias

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Sinal BrazilBrazil 248.640
Sinal Estados UnidosEstados Unidos 20.761
Sinal PortugalPortugal 8.267
Sinal TurkeyTurkey 2.020
Sinal AustráliaAustrália 1.089
Sinal United KingdomUnited Kingdom 884
Sinal ChileChile 830
Sinal GermanyGermany 666
Sinal FranceFrance 656
Sinal ArgentinaArgentina 468
Sinal JapanJapan 461
Sinal CanadáCanadá 434
Sinal MéxicoMéxico 412
Sinal EspanhaEspanha 382
Sinal SwitzerlandSwitzerland 357
Sinal ItalyItaly 356
Sinal AngolaAngola 264
Sinal IndiaIndia 209
Sinal New ZealandNew Zealand 203
Sinal HolandaHolanda 183
Sinal SwedenSweden 176
Sinal Russian FederationRussian Federation 172
Sinal ColombiaColombia 161
Sinal MoçambiqueMoçambique 154
Sinal PeruPeru 144
Sinal Korea, Republic ofRepública da Coreia 126
Sinal Cabo VerdeCabo Verde 123
Sinal UruguayUruguay 122
Sinal IndonesiaIndonesia 121
Sinal PolandPoland 118
Sinal BélgicaBélgica 111
Sinal VenezuelaVenezuela 110
Sinal ParaguayParaguay 107
Sinal Arábia SauditaArábia Saudita 104
Sinal IrelandIreland 89
Sinal GreeceGreece 74
Sinal BoliviaBolivia 68
Sinal NoruegaNoruega 58
Sinal EcuadorEcuador 55
Sinal PakistanPakistan 54
Sinal SingapuraSingapura 54
Sinal RomaniaRomania 51
Sinal HungaryHungary 51
Sinal IsraelIsrael 50
Sinal MalaysiaMalaysia 50
Sinal ÁustriaÁustria 45
Sinal Hong KongHong Kong 44
Sinal United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates 43
Sinal PhilippinesPhilippines 42
Sinal EgitoEgito 40
Sinal South AfricaSouth Africa 39
Sinal UkraineUkraine 39
Sinal CroáciaCroácia 36
Sinal DenmarkDenmark 36
Sinal VietnãVietnã 36
Sinal LuxemburgoLuxemburgo 35
Sinal PanamáPanamá 31
Sinal MarrocosMarrocos 31
Sinal Czech RepublicCzech Republic 31
Sinal SerbiaSerbia 30
Sinal Costa RicaCosta Rica 27
Sinal QatarQatar 26
Sinal ArgéliaArgélia 25
Sinal NicaraguaNicaragua 25
Sinal Dominican RepublicDominican Republic 24
Sinal Porto RicoPorto Rico 24
Sinal FinlandFinland 23
Sinal ThailandThailand 22
Sinal GeorgiaGeorgia 21
Sinal BulgariaBulgaria 21
Sinal CyprusCyprus 19
Sinal ChinaChina 18
Sinal LithuaniaLithuania 17
Sinal LíbanoLíbano 17
Sinal KuwaitKuwait 17
Sinal TaiwanTaiwan 16
Sinal AlbaniaAlbania 16
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Sinal SlovakiaSlovakia 14
Sinal IraqIraq 13
Sinal GuatemalaGuatemala 13
Sinal JordanJordan 10
Sinal TunisiaTunisia 9
Sinal MaltaMalta 9
Sinal Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina 9
Sinal Sao Tome and PrincipeSao Tome and Principe 9
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Sinal GhanaGhana 8
Sinal French GuianaFrench Guiana 8
Sinal El SalvadorEl Salvador 7
Sinal BangladeshBangladesh 7
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Sinal Palestinian Territory, OccupiedEstado da Palestina 7
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Sinal BahrainBahrain 6
Sinal GuadalupeGuadalupe 5
Sinal AndorraAndorra 5
Sinal SenegalSenegal 5
Sinal MacaoMacao 5
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Sinal CubaCuba 4
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Sinal Moldova, Republic ofMoldávia 4
Sinal ArubaAruba 4
Sinal MônacoMônaco 3
Sinal LiechtensteinLiechtenstein 3
Sinal MongoliaMongolia 3
Sinal HondurasHonduras 3
Sinal ArmeniaArmenia 3
Sinal OmanOman 3
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Sinal NamíbiaNamíbia 3
Sinal NigériaNigéria 3
Sinal SurinameSuriname 3
Sinal FijiFiji 3
Sinal Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofMacedônia, Antiga República da Iugoslávia 3
Sinal Åland IslandsÅland Islands 3
Sinal LibyaLibya 3
Sinal HaitiHaiti 3
Sinal Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad and Tobago 3
Sinal JerseyJersey 2
Sinal SudanSudan 2
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Sinal CongoCongo 2
Sinal KenyaKenya 2
Sinal CambodiaCambodia 2
Sinal NepalNepal 2
Sinal IcelandIceland 2
Sinal AzerbaijanAzerbaijan 2
Sinal MauritiusMauritius 2
Sinal EslovêniaEslovênia 2
Sinal KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan 2
Sinal GibraltarGibraltar 2
Sinal MyanmarMyanmar 2
Sinal GuernseyGuernsey 2
Sinal Burkina FasoBurkina Faso 1
Sinal Papua New GuineaPapua New Guinea 1
Sinal ZambiaZambia 1
Sinal Guinea-BissauGuinea-Bissau 1
Sinal YemenYemen 1
Sinal Cayman IslandsCayman Islands 1
Sinal RéunionRéunion 1
Sinal JamaicaJamaica 1
Sinal BelarusBelarus 1
Sinal BurundiBurundi 1
Sinal Timor-LesteTimor-Leste 1
Sinal MaliMali 1

Números do TV TOTAL nos últimos 30 dias

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Sinal BrazilBrazil 20.602
Sinal Estados UnidosEstados Unidos 1.702
Sinal PortugalPortugal 348
Sinal AustráliaAustrália 160
Sinal United KingdomUnited Kingdom 69
Sinal FranceFrance 62
Sinal GermanyGermany 49
Sinal JapanJapan 42
Sinal ItalyItaly 30
Sinal ColombiaColombia 26
Sinal TurkeyTurkey 26
Sinal MéxicoMéxico 23
Sinal EspanhaEspanha 23
Sinal HolandaHolanda 19
Sinal ChileChile 18
Sinal ParaguayParaguay 17
Sinal ArgentinaArgentina 17
Sinal BélgicaBélgica 14
Sinal AngolaAngola 14
Sinal New ZealandNew Zealand 13
Sinal SwitzerlandSwitzerland 13
Sinal CanadáCanadá 12
Sinal PhilippinesPhilippines 11
Sinal VenezuelaVenezuela 10
Sinal IndiaIndia 10
Sinal Arábia SauditaArábia Saudita 10
Sinal IndonesiaIndonesia 10
Sinal Russian FederationRussian Federation 9
Sinal GreeceGreece 9
Sinal SwedenSweden 9
Sinal BoliviaBolivia 7
Sinal PolandPoland 7
Sinal PeruPeru 7
Sinal EcuadorEcuador 6
Sinal NoruegaNoruega 6
Sinal IrelandIreland 6
Sinal Cabo VerdeCabo Verde 6
Sinal MoçambiqueMoçambique 6
Sinal TaiwanTaiwan 5
Sinal VietnãVietnã 5
Sinal UruguayUruguay 5
Sinal JordanJordan 5
Sinal El SalvadorEl Salvador 4
Sinal EgitoEgito 4
Sinal MalaysiaMalaysia 4
Sinal QatarQatar 4
Sinal FinlandFinland 3
Sinal IsraelIsrael 3
Sinal NicaraguaNicaragua 3
Sinal SingapuraSingapura 3
Sinal French GuianaFrench Guiana 3
Sinal Porto RicoPorto Rico 3
Sinal MongoliaMongolia 3
Sinal ÁustriaÁustria 3
Sinal Korea, Republic ofRepública da Coreia 3
Sinal DenmarkDenmark 3
Sinal IraqIraq 2
Sinal HungaryHungary 2
Sinal South AfricaSouth Africa 2
Sinal AzerbaijanAzerbaijan 2
Sinal MarrocosMarrocos 2
Sinal SlovakiaSlovakia 2
Sinal UkraineUkraine 2
Sinal ThailandThailand 2
Sinal Czech RepublicCzech Republic 1
Sinal LibyaLibya 1
Sinal United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates 1
Sinal LíbanoLíbano 1
Sinal SerbiaSerbia 1
Sinal CambodiaCambodia 1
Sinal PakistanPakistan 1
Sinal Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofMacedônia, Antiga República da Iugoslávia 1
Sinal MônacoMônaco 1
Sinal ArgéliaArgélia 1
Sinal Côte d'IvoireCôte d’Ivoire 1
Sinal NigériaNigéria 1

FIFA divulga critérios de desempate e suspensões

Critérios de desempate e suspensões

A fase de grupos da Copa do Mundo da FIFA Brasil 2014 está entrando em suas instâncias decisivas. Algumas equipes já estão planejando a viagem de volta, enquanto outras comemoram a classificação antecipada para as oitavas de final.

Para que os usuários do FIFA.com fiquem preparados, apresentamos abaixo os critérios de desempate em caso de igualdade de pontos e as regras relacionadas a cartões amarelose vermelhos.

Quais seleções se classificam:
Os primeiros e segundos colocados de cada grupo se classificam para as oitavas de final.

A posição das seleções na tabela é calculada com base nos seguintes critérios:

1) Número de pontos obtidos em todos os jogos da fase de grupos
2) Saldo de gols em todos os jogos da fase de grupos
3) Número de gols marcados em todos os jogos da fase de grupos

Caso duas ou mais seleções permaneçam empatadas após a aplicação dos critérios acima, a sua colocação será determinada com base nos seguintes critérios de desempate:

4) Número de pontos obtidos nos confrontos diretos entre as equipes empatadas na fase de grupos
5) Saldo de gols dos confrontos diretos das equipes empatadas na fase de grupos
6) Número de gols marcados nos confrontos diretos das equipes empatadas na fase de grupos

Caso a igualdade permaneça mesmo após a aplicação desses critérios, o desempate será feito por meio de um sorteio a ser realizado pelo Comitê Organizador da FIFA.

Regras sobre cartões amarelos e vermelhos
Os jogadores que tiverem sido advertidos com um cartão amarelo terão o cartão anulado após as quartas de final. O objetivo desta medida é impedir que um jogador que receba o segundo cartão amarelo nas semifinais fique suspenso na final do torneio.

Caso um jogador receba dois cartões amarelos em dois jogos diferentes da sua equipe, ele será automaticamente suspenso da próxima partida.

Caso um jogador receba um cartão vermelho ou amarelo seguido de vermelho, ele será automaticamente suspenso da próxima partida.

Além disso, outras sanções podem ser determinadas pelo Comitê Disciplinar da FIFA no caso de um cartão vermelho direto.

 

FIFA.COM

Números do TV TOTAL nos últimos 7 dias

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Sinal BrazilBrazil 4.234
Sinal Estados UnidosEstados Unidos 359
Sinal PortugalPortugal 70
Sinal AustráliaAustrália 32
Sinal GermanyGermany 12
Sinal FranceFrance 12
Sinal TurkeyTurkey 9
Sinal JapanJapan 9
Sinal United KingdomUnited Kingdom 8
Sinal EspanhaEspanha 7
Sinal ItalyItaly 6
Sinal ColombiaColombia 6
Sinal BélgicaBélgica 6
Sinal IndonesiaIndonesia 5
Sinal HolandaHolanda 5
Sinal GreeceGreece 5
Sinal MéxicoMéxico 4
Sinal SwitzerlandSwitzerland 4
Sinal AngolaAngola 3
Sinal ChileChile 3
Sinal ParaguayParaguay 3
Sinal MarrocosMarrocos 2
Sinal ArgentinaArgentina 2
Sinal VenezuelaVenezuela 2
Sinal SwedenSweden 2
Sinal ÁustriaÁustria 2
Sinal DenmarkDenmark 2
Sinal Arábia SauditaArábia Saudita 2
Sinal Côte d'IvoireCôte d’Ivoire 1
Sinal EcuadorEcuador 1
Sinal New ZealandNew Zealand 1
Sinal IsraelIsrael 1
Sinal TaiwanTaiwan 1
Sinal Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofMacedônia, Antiga República da Iugoslávia 1
Sinal EgitoEgito 1
Sinal PakistanPakistan 1
Sinal IndiaIndia 1
Sinal CanadáCanadá 1
Sinal BoliviaBolivia 1
Sinal VietnãVietnã 1
Sinal MalaysiaMalaysia 1
Sinal NoruegaNoruega 1
Sinal Russian FederationRussian Federation 1

President Obama plans New Zealand visit

TRACY WATKINS IN WASHINGTON DC

Last updated 05:39 21/06/2014

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United States President Barack Obama says he plans to visit New Zealand – “if not this year then certainly before the end of my presidency”.

Obama made the comment after a meeting at the White House today with Prime Minister John Key.

After talks lasting well over an hour, Obama said he had indicated to Key that he would “love to come to New Zealand because I hear it’s really nice and I know the people are nice because I’ve had a chance to meet [Key].

“So we are going to be working with my schedule to see what I can come up with – if not this year then certainly before the end of my presidency.”

Key has invited Obama to visit New Zealand on the back of the G20 summit in Brisbane in November but the Government has played down the odds of him making it due to his schedule.

But the President’s statement today is a signal that he will try to make it happen.

Speaking to media after the meeting, Obama said the US-NZ relatiionship had never been stronger than under himself and Key.

“We share values, we have enormously strong people-to-people relationships, we have excellent commercial ties and we have increasing consultations and relationships between our militaries.

“All of those components have deepened during the course of our tenures here.”

Obama also referred to the New Zealand economy and the fact that it had been out-performing many other economies.

“New Zealand has been doing very well, in part as John explained to me because of the rebuilding after the devastating earthquake that had happened there but also because of the outstanding growth of its agricultural sector.”

New Zealand was one of the few countries that could “maybe” match the US when it came to agricultural productivity “and the excellence of our products”, the President said.

They also canvassed regional issues including North Korea, China and trade and that United States and New Zealand were two of the original members of the Trans Pacific Partnership coalition.

As a country with a small population and “really good products” New Zealand had “great interest” in making sure markets were open and rules were abided by when it came to trade, Obama said.

“So we discussed a process where before the end of the year we are able to get a document that can create jobsboth for New Zealand and the US and the other countries participating and expand wealth for all parrties concerned.

“I hope this is by the time we see each other again in November when I travel to Asia [when] we should have something that we have consulted with Congress about, the public can take a look at and can make a forcible argument to close the deal. But we’ve got a lot of work to do between now and then.”

They also discussed climate change, an issue on which the US saw New Zealand as a partner.

“So we discussed our plans for putting forward robust action in 2015 with the upcoming Paris conference.”

The president also referred to the US military’s relaxation of its ban on New Zealand naval vessels berthing at American military facilities.

“I’m proud that my original home state of Hawaii is going to be welcoming a New Zealand ship coming into port for the first time in a couple of decades and we’re very proud of that. I’m sure you will get a good welcome when they come. And although obviously New Zealand is a small country with a small armed forces, the cooperation we have on intelligence issues, New Zealand’s excellent efforts when it comes to training and participating in peacekeeping operations, makes it an invaluable partner.”

Key acknowledged the role played by the US on the world stage and told the President: “There’s never an easy day here in the Oval Office”.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Key said the meeting had been a great opportunity to reaffirm the relationship beween New Zealand and the United States.

“Top of that list was the TPP and the capacity for the partners to reach an agreement; I feel very confident after the meeting that a high quality comprehensive deal can be achieved. There’s a lot more work to be done and its never over till its over but I think there’s a willingness on the part of the partners and the US and New Zealand have always been firmly of the view that the TPP was good for [our]countries and for the region.”

On the prospect of Obama visiting New Zealand, Key said the President’s schedule was “hellish” but “he will be in the region … and I certainly wouldn’t rule out that he might make a trip”.

He also acknowledged the President’s role in removing the ban on New Zealand naval vessels.

“I think the President himself thought it was pretty silly that a New Zealand naval vessel would be parked up at the commercial part of Honolulu port and actually on a training exercise with the US would not actually be in that military facility. And I think it was the President’s intervention himself that said ‘this just needs to be resolved’. It’s not a big thing in itself but it’s a tangible sign of the warmth of the relationship.”

Asked about his comments in Washington earlier this week that the TPP might best be resolved by leaving Japan out of the deal for now, Key said New Zealand wanted a high quality comprehensive deal and that was the level every participant country should aiming for.

Talks earlier this year between Washington and Japan suggested there would have to be compromises, including in agriculture, to get Japan over the line.

Key said he remained confident that Japan would get there and he would have discussions soon with Japan’s prime minister Shinto Abe, who is scheduled to visit New Zealand.

“But in the end I dont think we should compromise the quality of the deal. That’s been New Zealand’s point of viewand we are going to remain firm on that view.”

– Stuff

Números do TV TOTAL nos últimos 730 dias

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Sinal BrazilBrazil 379.051
Sinal Estados UnidosEstados Unidos 23.620
Sinal PortugalPortugal 10.176
Sinal TurkeyTurkey 2.098
Sinal United KingdomUnited Kingdom 1.304
Sinal AustráliaAustrália 1.138
Sinal FranceFrance 929
Sinal GermanyGermany 884
Sinal ChileChile 876
Sinal JapanJapan 789
Sinal CanadáCanadá 689
Sinal ArgentinaArgentina 595
Sinal EspanhaEspanha 593
Sinal ItalyItaly 534
Sinal SwitzerlandSwitzerland 513
Sinal MéxicoMéxico 463
Sinal AngolaAngola 370
Sinal Russian FederationRussian Federation 289
Sinal MoçambiqueMoçambique 278
Sinal ColombiaColombia 274
Sinal HolandaHolanda 253
Sinal IndiaIndia 229
Sinal New ZealandNew Zealand 207
Sinal SwedenSweden 195
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Sinal Cabo VerdeCabo Verde 187
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Sinal PeruPeru 179
Sinal BélgicaBélgica 176
Sinal ParaguayParaguay 163
Sinal PolandPoland 152
Sinal IndonesiaIndonesia 151
Sinal Korea, Republic ofRepública da Coreia 150
Sinal VenezuelaVenezuela 139
Sinal IrelandIreland 129
Sinal Arábia SauditaArábia Saudita 118
Sinal BoliviaBolivia 91
Sinal GreeceGreece 88
Sinal HungaryHungary 76
Sinal IsraelIsrael 74
Sinal South AfricaSouth Africa 70
Sinal RomaniaRomania 69
Sinal ÁustriaÁustria 68
Sinal EcuadorEcuador 66
Sinal LuxemburgoLuxemburgo 65
Sinal PakistanPakistan 64
Sinal United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates 63
Sinal UkraineUkraine 61
Sinal MalaysiaMalaysia 61
Sinal TaiwanTaiwan 60
Sinal SingapuraSingapura 58
Sinal CroáciaCroácia 58
Sinal Hong KongHong Kong 51
Sinal EgitoEgito 50
Sinal PhilippinesPhilippines 49
Sinal DenmarkDenmark 47
Sinal MarrocosMarrocos 44
Sinal PanamáPanamá 41
Sinal VietnãVietnã 40
Sinal Dominican RepublicDominican Republic 40
Sinal BulgariaBulgaria 39
Sinal NicaraguaNicaragua 39
Sinal SerbiaSerbia 37
Sinal QatarQatar 37
Sinal Czech RepublicCzech Republic 37
Sinal ArgéliaArgélia 35
Sinal Costa RicaCosta Rica 34
Sinal FinlandFinland 32
Sinal ThailandThailand 28
Sinal Porto RicoPorto Rico 28
Sinal GeorgiaGeorgia 25
Sinal KuwaitKuwait 23
Sinal AlbaniaAlbania 22
Sinal CyprusCyprus 19
Sinal LithuaniaLithuania 19
Sinal SenegalSenegal 18
Sinal ChinaChina 18
Sinal LíbanoLíbano 18
Sinal SlovakiaSlovakia 17
Sinal French GuianaFrench Guiana 16
Sinal GuatemalaGuatemala 14
Sinal IraqIraq 14
Sinal Sao Tome and PrincipeSao Tome and Principe 14
Sinal Côte d'IvoireCôte d’Ivoire 14
Sinal El SalvadorEl Salvador 11
Sinal KenyaKenya 11
Sinal GhanaGhana 10
Sinal TunisiaTunisia 10
Sinal Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina 10
Sinal JordanJordan 10
Sinal MaltaMalta 9
Sinal EstoniaEstonia 9
Sinal BangladeshBangladesh 8
Sinal ArubaAruba 8
Sinal Palestinian Territory, OccupiedEstado da Palestina 8
Sinal HaitiHaiti 7
Sinal Sri LankaSri Lanka 7
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Sinal BahrainBahrain 6
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