Consolidados GRANDE SP 16/04/2015

 

Na Grande São Paulo, o segundo episódio de Chapa Quente registrou apenas 16 pontos de audiência. A novela Babilônia marcou um ponto a menos que Alto Astral. O último episódio da temporada de Tá no Ar, com participações de Antonio Fagundes e Alexandre Nero, consolidou a liderança.

Sete Vidas e Os Dez Mandamentos repetem seus recordes. Coração Indomável surpreende nas tardes do SBT.

No horário nobre, programa religioso Show da Fé registra traço na RedeTV!.

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de quinta-feira, 16 de março:


Hora Um – 4,0
Bom Dia São Paulo – 7,1
Bom Dia Brasil – 7,7
Mais Você – 7,6
Bem Estar – 7,0
Encontro – 7,8
SPTV 1ª Edição – 11,7
Globo Esporte – 11,4
Jornal Hoje – 11,0
Vídeo Show – 9,0
Sessão da Tarde -10,6
O Rei do Gado – 18,6
Malhação – 18,3
Sete Vidas – 20,6
SPTV 2ª Edição – 22,9
Alto Astral – 24,7
Jornal Nacional – 23,6
Babilônia – 24,1
Chapa Quente – 16,5
Tá no Ar – 12,3
Jornal da Globo – 9,0
Programa do Jô – 5,4
Agentes da Shield – 4,5


Balanço Geral Manhã – 3,8
SP no Ar – 5,7
Fala Brasil – 5,0
Hoje em Dia – 3,5
Balanço Geral SP – 7,0
Programa da Tarde – 5,4
Cidade Alerta – 9,0
Os Dez Mandamentos – 13,7
Jornal da Record – 10,8
Gugu – 8,1
CSI – 4,2


Jornal do SBT Manhã – 3,0
Carrossel Animado – 2,3
Bom Dia & Cia – 6,1
As Visões da Raven – 8,0
Casos de Família – 7,0
Maria Esperança – 7,2
Coração Indomável – 8,8
A Usurpadora – 6,6
Patrulha Salvadora – 6,8
Chaves – 8,2
SBT Brasil – 6,7
Chiquititas – 10,7
Carrossel – 12,0
Programa do Ratinho – 8,7
A Praça é Nossa – 7,9
The Noite – 4,8
Jornal do SBT – 2,8
Okay Pessoal – 2,3


Band News – 0,6
Café com Jornal – 1,1
Dia Dia – 1,0
Jogo Aberto – 2,8
Os Donos da Bola – 2,6
Só Risos – 1,9
Os Simpsons – 2,5
Brasil Urgente – 4,1
Jornal da Band – 4,0
Mil e Uma Noites – 3,5
Show da Fé – 0,9
Os Simpsons – 1,0
Polícia 24H – 2,0
Roma – 1,2
Jornal da Noite – 0,8


Te Peguei – 0,4
Você na TV – 0,9
Bola Dividida – 0,6
A Tarde É Sua – 1,3
Te Peguei – 1,2
Muito Show – 0,9
TV Fama – 1,5
Show da Fé – 0,0
Rede TV! News – 0,4
Sob Medida – 0,3
Leitura Dinâmica – 0,4
Amaury Jr. – 0,5

Um ponto no Ibope equivale a 67 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: IBOPE / MW – Praça São Paulo

O Planeta TV

Police return seized Bitcoin ATM

April 18, 2015 – 12:00AM

Kristian Silva

Brisbane Times journalist

The digital currency ATM at its new location.

The digital currency ATM at its new location. Photo: Michelle Smith

Queensland’s first Bitcoin ATM – which was seized during a major drug raid last year – is back in action after being returned by police.

The ATM trades in digital currencies Bitcoin​, Litecoin​ and Dogecoin​, and drew tech enthusiasts from around Southeast Queensland after its launch in May 2014.

But in an unexpected turn of events it was hauled away in October and forensically examined by anti-bikie police. They alleged that the cafe it was housed in, South Brisbane’s Roastery​, was a drug distribution centre.

Bit2bit director John Grant-Taylor with the digital currency ATM police  returned.

Bit2bit director John Grant-Taylor with the digital currency ATM police returned. Photo: Michelle Smith

After finding no evidence that the machine was used for criminal activity, the ATM was returned to owners Bit2Bit and now has a new home.

It’s not exactly a trendy cafe, but South Brisbane sign company Posoz​ is where the $15,000 machine now resides.

Bit2Bit director John Grant-Taylor said the police decision to take the machine cast a stain over his company, and ruined its plans for a major expansion in Australia and in Japan.

“I’m sure if it was a NAB ATM they wouldn’t have taken it,” he said.

“It certainly affected the reputation of our business in Brisbane. When I approached businesses to try and get it back in, people would say ‘Isn’t that thing what bikies have in their clubhouses?’

“I think confiscating our machine slowed down the industry in Australia. None went online that I know of, and I’m looking forward to changing that.”

Mr Grant-Taylor said Bit2Bit had cut all ties with Bruce Carrall​, who co-owned the Roastery Cafe with his brother Brent.

Bruce Carrall has never been arrested or charged, however Brent Carrall faces serious drug charges and is on bail while the case is before the courts.

Taskforce Maxima Superintendent Mick Niland said the ATM was seized because of the investigation into Brent Carrall.

“At the time there were serious concerns in relation to the bitcoin ATM being utilised for other than lawful reasons and our investigations are continuing,” Superintendent Niland said.

South Brisbane’s Roastery Cafe continues to operate.

 

The Brisbane Times