João Emanuel aposta na experiência do elenco para sucesso de “Favela Chic”

A diretora Amora Mautner e o autor de novelas João Emanuel Carneiro

Com o elenco fechado, praticamente dez meses antes da estreia, a nova novela de João Emanuel Carneiro, “Favela Chic”, revela com transparência o desejo do seu autor e da diretora Amora Mautner em privilegiar a experiência na montagem completa do grupo.

O risco de pouca experiência em papéis mais importantes está descartado. Ao optarem por atores mais rodados, muito mais do que precaução, Amora e João Emanuel demonstram o desejo de jogar na certeza, e de seguir uma linha pré-determinada.

Querem diminuir ao mínimo a necessidade de promover ajustes drásticos ao longo da trama, como às vezes acontece com a eliminação de núcleos ou mesmo de alguns personagens.

Repetir o sucesso de “Avenida Brasil” não é uma tarefa fácil, mas se aproximar dele, considerando-se toda a expectativa que já existe, será quase uma obrigação.

 

Flavio Ricco

Telejornais precisam se livrar do velho modelo 3 por 4

"Jornal da Globo" se destaca dentre os formatos dos telejornais atuais

“Jornal da Globo” se destaca dentre os formatos dos telejornais atuais

A notícia, com hora marcada está muito perto do fim na TV brasileira, e a queda de audiência registrada em nossos telejornais, dos mais aos menos importantes, não vem ocorrendo por simples obra do acaso.

É chegado o momento das nossas emissoras aceitarem como fato consumado o crescimento de outras mídias, que a todo o momento estão renovando e atualizando as últimas informações. Para os canais abertos, que também sofrem com a concorrência dos fechados, a busca por uma maior agilidade deve ser incessante, se houver interesse de reconquistar a atenção do público.

Esperar para ver no telejornal da noite o que aconteceu de manhã ou de tarde não tem mais cabimento algum. É preciso se adaptar a uma realidade que já está aí, prospectar novos modelos e deixar para o fim do dia um resumão ou apanhado de tudo que foi notícia.

Não por acaso o “Jornal da Globo” tem se destacado. Sempre apresenta um editorial curto, mas forte e preciso do William Waack, seguido da escalada, para depois entrar no noticiário com a participação de vários comentaristas e colunistas. Foge do 3 por 4 convencional.

 

Flávio Ricco

Flavio Ricco comenta a paginação errada do Mega Senha

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Paginação errada

O “Mega Senha”, do Marcelo de Carvalho, além de ser uma das maiores audiências da Rede TV!, é um dos que mais fatura. Tem bons patrocínios.

Apresentado das 23 horas à 0h30 do sábado, ele descarrega toda a sua carga comercial na primeira meia hora. Não há santo que aguente. Tem que, até como respeito ao anunciante, distribuir melhor.

 

Flavio Ricco

Band quer um Rafinha Bastos mais elegante em seu programa

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Nesta próxima temporada do “Agora É Tarde” na Bandeirantes, a partir de 3 de março, Rafinha Bastos vai adotar um outro figurino. E se mostrar mais elegante.

Vai abandona o tradicional colete e passar a vestir terno. O programa também terá novos quadros e cenário, que seguirá a mesma linha do “CQC”, com metais acobreados.

Flavio Ricco olaboração de José Carlos Nery

Nova TV do Rio também terá Romário na sua programação

O ex-jogador Romário, senador pelo Rio, acertou ontem a apresentação de um programa no canal E+TV, que tem a direção-geral de Marlene Mattos.

“Peixe, Bola e…Gente” está previsto para estrear entre março e abril e irá abordar assuntos ligados ao esporte em geral, principalmente ao futebol, à educação, paradesporto, oportunidade para jovens, respeito aos idosos… A ideia é começar como uma experiência. Se o projeto embalar, serão discutidos novos investimentos.

Flavio Ricco com Colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Canberra records first confirmed case of Hepatitis A infection

February 26, 2015 – 1:34PM

Henry Belot

Canberra Times Reporter

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The ACT has recorded its first confirmed case of hepatitis A infection linked to the contamination of frozen berries.

Australia’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley confirmed the case on Thursday morning bringing the total confirmed cases to 19.

Seven cases have also been recorded in both Queensland and NSW, with another three in Victoria and one in Western Australia.

Professor Baggoley said each case of hepatitis A had been investigated by state health authorities.

“The first isolated cases that have since been associated with the consumption of frozen berries were notified in January but a pattern of infection could only be established as subsequent cases came to light,” he said.

“A key part of the investigation is collecting and analysing histories of exposure to possible sources of infection.

“When possible common exposures to a source of infection are identified, further detailed investigation either confirms or dismisses the possible common source.”

An ACT Health spokeswoman said they were advised on February 14 that Patties Foods Ltd had had recalled a number of frozen berry products due to a potential hepatitis A contamination.

“ACT Health has advised people to check their fridges and freezers for these products,” the spokeswoman said.

“These products should not be consumed and consumers should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.”

Hepatitis A infections can arise from sources other than food, such as poor hygiene or direct contact with infected faecal matter.

Symptoms of infection include abdominal pain, nausea, fever, yellow skin and eyes, and dark urine and pale faeces

A federal Department of Health spokeswoman described the disease as not life-threatening and said most people recover with rest and fluids.

It may, however, cause severe illness in older people, those with chronic liver disease and those who have poor immune systems.

“Of those who catch hepatitis A, not all will develop all of the symptoms,” the spokeswoman said.

“Many will have no symptoms at all, with children most likely to have a mild illness so they may not even be recognised as hepatitis A cases.”

 

Source : The Canberra Times

Brisbane Roar draws small crowd at CBus Super Stadium

February 26, 2015 – 7:02AM

Beth Newman

Just under 7000 fans were at CBus Super Stadium in Robina to see the Brisbane Roar play Beijing Guoan.

Just under 7000 fans were at CBus Super Stadium in Robina to see the Brisbane Roar play Beijing Guoan. Photo: Beth Newman

The Brisbane Roar drew a small but vocal crowd for their opening Asian Champions League match.

Just 6851 spectators were at CBus Super Stadium in Robina as the Roar lost 1-0 in stoppage time to Beijing Guoan.

Despite the club offering heavily discounted tickets and free train travel from Brisbane, the combination of a weeknight match and the distance proved too much for a lot of fans.

However Wednesday night’s figure was still larger than the last time Brisbane played at Robina, against the now defunct Gold Coast United. Just 6102 people turned up then.

The Roar’s hardiest fans, the Den, made their feelings known before Wednesday night’s game, rolling out a two-tiered banner reading “Exciting news. Thi$ i$ not Brisbane.”

The signs were in reference to the Asian Football Confederation decision to move the Roar’s champions league matches from Suncorp Stadium due to a clash with the Foo Fighters concert.

The Robina stadium was chosen over other Brisbane venues such as Ballymore and the Queensland Sports and Athletics centre because they did not meet AFC standards.

Once the match started, The Den supporters put their signs away and generated more noise than their numbers would have suggested.

Roar midfielder Adam Sarota said it was a strange feeling playing a home game in a different city, where no elite football has been played since the demise of the Gold Coast United.

“I guess it was the true fans from the Roar [at the game],” he said.

“…There was a good atmosphere even considering they had to drive all the way from Brisbane I mean, but they were good.

“It was a little bit strange, a bit of an away feeling type thing.”

With the patchy Suncorp Stadium pitch copping criticism during last month’s Asian Cup, Sarota said the pristine Robina turf suited the Roar’s game more.

“The pitch was really good, so give me that pitch any day,” he said.

“It was way better than Suncorp, especially after the Foo Fighters. They had the concert so there was no chance of us playing. The field would have been wrecked.

“Obviously we would have liked to play at Suncorp but if we don’t have the opportunity to play there, this is our next thing so we just have to deal with it.”

A red card handed to Erton Fejzullahu for stomping on Sarota’s chest after a tackle in the 28thminute meant the Roar were a player up for more than hour of the game.

Roar coach Frans Thijssen lamented the side’s missed opportunities, after letting a dominant performance slip through their fingers. “It’s disappointing to see that we were so much on top and one way traffic it was,” he said.

“We got a lot of half chances with crosses, not 100 per cent chances maybe, but we were waiting for our goal and then that happens in the end. That’s really disappointing for the group.”

 

Source : The Canberra Times