Baixa audiência tira Luciano Faccioli do ar e da RedeTV!

A Rede TV!, em decisão tomada nesta quarta-feira, acabou com o “Olha a Hora!”, de Luciano Faccioli. O jornalista foi demitido da emissora.

As razões para o seu fim se devem à sua baixa audiência. Estava traçando muito e entregando mal para o “Rede TV! News”, exibido na sequência.

Já nesta quarta-feira não será mais exibido pela emissora. Em seu lugar entrará um especial olímpico, comandado por Gabriela Pasqualim e Luiz Ceará, direto do Rio de Janeiro.

Já a partir da próxima segunda-feira, nesta faixa das 18 horas, a Rede TV! irá estrear o programa “Sem Rodeios”, apresentado como “uma revista eletrônica jornalística”, contra programação ao noticiário policial da Record e Bandeirantes.

“Sem Rodeios” terá em seu comando Mauro Tagliaferri, João Paulo Vergueiro e Ana Paula Couto, ex-GloboNews, que assinou contrato ainda na tarde desta quarta-feira com a RedeTV!.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

TV Record volta a falar em telejornal no fim de noite

 

Nos interiores da Record volta a ser cogitada a ideia de um novo telejornal no fim de noite.

Algo, no entanto, que se for levado à frente, só será para 2017.

Confirmando-se este novo jornal, a programação da Record será obrigada a se decidir entre dois modelos, o da Globo de muitos anos ou do SBT.

Um que tem o jornal antes do talk-show ou o outro, que vem depois.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Mistério: Band vai lançar novo programa com Val Marchiori

Val Marchiori apresentará atração sobre viagens na programação da Band

A Band está montando equipe para lançar um novo programa com Val Marchiori. Quando se imagina que tudo de ruim já aconteceu, verifica-se que é possível ficar ainda pior.

Não se fala em horário até agora, mas parece que trata-se de algo relacionado a viagens, com direção de Pablo Mazzover.

O que mais chama atenção, no entanto, é o enorme mistério que existe em torno do programa, em vias de se tornar realidade. Fala-se internamente no pagamento de uma promessa ou dívida antiga, mas o que querem dizer com isso é o que resta descobrir.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Esporte Interativo tenta impor suas transmissões na base do berro

Presidentes de clubes que firmaram parceria com o Esporte Interativo

Presidentes de clubes que firmaram parceria com o Esporte Interativo

O Esporte Interativo ou TurnerSports, se assim vier a se chamar, tem procurado se colocar na televisão fechada pela força dos eventos que já possui, como a Liga dos Campeões da Europa e outras competições da mesma importância que venha a adquirir. Os acordos com 15 clubes brasileiros a partir de 2019 já revelaram um pouco dessa sua disposição.

Um trabalho que — aqui para o campo de jogo do nosso mercado, para o público e para os profissionais diretamente envolvidos — faz toda a diferença.

O que ainda falta ao Esporte Interativo, diferentemente de suas concorrentes ESPN, Fox e SporTV, é um tratamento mais caprichado na sua parte artística. Todas as transmissões são feitas na base do grito, como se não existisse ninguém tomando conta ou alguém mais esclarecido para perceber que isso só joga contra.

Se até no rádio, esse aumentar de volume se perdeu no tempo, na televisão é um cuidado que deve ser redobrado.

A simples imagem, na maioria das vezes, substitui as melhores palavras. Quanto mais os berros.

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

TV Globo define equipe que vai cobrir a abertura dos Jogos Olímpicos 2016

Globo na abertura

Direto do Maracanã, Galvão Bueno, Glória Maria, Marcos Uchôa e Renato Ribeiro apresentarão a cerimônia de abertura dos Jogos Olímpicos do Rio de Janeiro nesta sexta-feira (5).
Excepcionalmente, a novela “Velho Chico” e o “Globo Repórter” não serão levados ao ar.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Jesuíta Barbosa e Marina Ruy Barbosa em cena de “Justiça”, que estreia em agosto

Ombro da discórdia

Em cena de “Justiça”, série da Globo que estreia dia 22, Isabela (Marina Ruy Barbosa) acaba assassinada pelo noivo Vicente (Jesuíta Barbosa) ao flagrá-lo com o ex-namorado e amigo Otto (Pedro Lamin).
Devido ao crime, ele passará sete anos preso. Ao sair, Elisa (Débora Bloch) o espera para vingar a morte da filha.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Flávio Ricco divulga convidados da segunda temporada do MultiTom

Lista do Tom

Patrícia Abravanel, Marco Luque, Monique Alfradique, Tiririca, Celso Portioli, Paulo Ricardo, Whindersson Nunes e Fabiana Karla já estão confirmados nas gravações da segunda temporada do “MultiTom”, do Tom Cavalcante, no Multishow.
Os trabalhos vão recomeçar no dia 15.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

TV Globo cresce e TV Record cai com transmissão da estreia do Brasil nos Jogos

A transmissão de Brasil e China, na estreia do futebol feminino na Rio-2016, rendeu à Globo um excelente resultado. A emissora marcou média de 17 pontos em São Paulo, segundo dados prévios do Kantar Ibope, um crescimento de 21% (ou 4 pontos) em relação à média das últimas oito quartas-feiras, o que inclui um mês de férias.

Já a Record, que também transmitiu a vitória da seleção brasileira por 3 a 0, não teve um bom resultado. Com média de 4 pontos, registrou uma queda expressiva em relação à programação normal do horário (na terça, por exemplo, havia marcado 6,5 pontos). Já a Band, com os mesmos 4 pontos, conseguiu um pequeno crescimento sobre a programação da véspera (3,6 pontos).

Sem futebol, o SBT ficou em segundo lugar, com 9 pontos.

No Rio, a Globo alcançou números ainda melhores. A transmissão da partida teve Ibope prévio de 25 pontos, um crescimento de 47% (ou 8 pontos) em relação à média das últimas oito quartas-feiras. O SBT ficou em segundo lugar (10 pontos), seguido de Record (4) e Band (2).

Estes números podem sofrer alteração na manhã de quinta-feira (04) quando o Ibope divulgar os números consolidados da audiência do dia.

Mauricio Stycer

03/08/2016

19:17

Rio 2016 Olympics: Matildas downed by Canada in women’s football opener

Australia conceded the fastest goal in Olympic women’s football in a spirit-sapping 2-0 loss to Canada.

In a terrible start to Australia’s campaign at the Rio Games, the Matildas copped a goal in just 21 seconds in a draining defeat at Sao Paulo’s Arena Corinthians on Wednesday (Thursday morning AEST).

The first Australians in action at the Games were rocked by a defensive blooper which gifted Canada’s opening goal.

Hard to take: Canada celebrate their second goal.
Hard to take: Canada celebrate their second goal. Photo: Getty Images

Laura Alleway sent a sluggish sideways pass towards her defensive counterpart Alanna Kennedy, who didn’t sense a snooping Canadian captain Christine Sinclair until too late.

Sinclair intercepted and, with time and space, charged at goal before arrowing a poised pass to teammate Janine Beckie, who tapped it in from barely one metre out.

The Australians spent the rest of the Group F fixture huffing and puffing but couldn’t blow Canada’s goal down, until letting in another goal about 10 minutes from fulltime.

Canada had just 10 players from the 18th minute after defender Shelina Zadorksy was marched off with a straight red card for grappling with Michelle Heyman when the Matildas forward was tracking towards goal.

Caitlin Foord makes a beeline for the ball.
Caitlin Foord makes a beeline for the ball. Photo: Getty Images

The Matildas recorded 22 shots to eight – Elise Kellond-Knight came closest in the 20th minute when a sweet long-range free kick struck the crossbar.

But their need to attack backfired spectacularly in the second half.

Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams, in the 73rd minute, kept her nation’s hopes alive by saving a penalty after a referee’s blunder – Caitlin Foord was ruled to have hand-balled in the box but the ball struck her hip.

Just seven minutes later, the Australians were on another attacking sortie when Canada pinched the ball and sent it sailing from their danger zone.

Custodian Williams was on the charge and just nearing the halfway line but Canada’s Sinclair got the ball first and, from almost 25 metres, launched a shot into a vacant net.

The Australians next meet Germany in Sao Paulo on Saturday from 1800 (Sunday 7am AEST ) before a last group game against Zimbabwe three days later.

AAP

The Canberra Times

Hong Kong and Fiji show little enthusiasm to renegotiate bilateral air services agreement

Hong Kong Airlines

There is no available capacity for Hong Kong Airlines to launch flights to Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney under the current bilateral air services agreement.

Governments of Hong Kong and Fiji have rebuffed attempts from Australia to negotiate changes to their bilateral air services agreements, a senior public servant from the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development says.

The department’s general manager for aviation industry policy Stephen Borthwick said Hong Kong, Fiji and Qatar were three markets where airlines from those countries had utilised all available capacity for flights to Australia’s four major gateways Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

While Australia was keen to discuss adding extra capacity to those agreements, Borthwick told a conference on Wednesday the governments of Hong Kong and Fiji had shown little enthusiasm for restarting talks in recent times.

“From a departmental point of view we continue to prioritise negotiations with Fiji, Hong Kong and Qatar,” Borthwick told delegates at the CAPA – Centre for Aviation airport innovation summit in Brisbane.

“I think it is fair to say that Fiji and Hong Kong have so far declined the opportunity for further negotiations with us.

“In relation to Qatar, I would have expected negotiations to have happened by now. Unfortunately, we had a recent election which put all of our bilateral air services negotiating talks on hold.”

Currently, there is no more available capacity under the Australia-Hong Kong bilateral air services agreement for any additional flights to the country’s four major gateways – Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney – for Hong Kong-designated carriers.

The available capacity to the major gateways has been fully utilised by Cathay Pacific, which flies 74 times a week to Australia.

Therefore, any increase in capacity will have to come through larger aircraft and not additional flights, such as Cathay’s 2015 move to upgauge some Airbus A330-300 services to Sydney with the larger Boeing 777-300ER.

Hong Kong Airlines – a part of Virgin Australia shareholder HNA Group – started flights to points not covered by the cap with a three times weekly service to Queensland via a Hong Kong-Gold Coast-Cairns-Hong Kong routing.

Australian carriers are not similarly constrained, with Virgin recently securing the necessary traffic rights to mount flights to Hong Kong that were due to launch in June 2017 as part of an alliance with HNA.

Qantas too has been able to grow its Hong Kong operation with extra flights between Sydney and Hong Kong during peak periods.

However, its efforts to expand operations in Hong Kong have been stymied by a lack of available slots at the busy Chep Lap Kok Airport.

“You might have open access or more access in the bilateral but if you don’t have the slots it is academic,” Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said in September 2015.

“Unfortunately until the third runway is built in Hong Kong it means there is limited growth opportunities for Australian carriers compared to Hong Kong-based carriers and that needs to be recognised in any bilateral discussions.

“We’ve got plenty of room to grow in the current bilateral, the trouble is we can’t get the slots to grow.”

Borthwick said having available traffic rights was meaningless if capacity constraints at the likes of Hong Kong and Beijing meant airlines were unable to mount services.

“Notwithstanding that there’s available capacity under liberalisation, in practical terms if an airline can’t get a slot, then the agreement isn’t liberal,” Borthwick said.

“There are some infrastructure impediments that can’t be addressed by any bilateral air services agreement.”

Borthwick’s slide presentation showed there was still sufficient available capacity for foreign carriers to expand their presence in Australia from other markets in line with forecast growth.

“While the table indicates we are tracking well, it is only a snapshot in time,” Borthwick said.

“Markets in particular are continuing to evolve, particularly the Chinese market and the Malaysian market.”

On China, Sydney Airport executive director for aviation services Shelley Roberts said the recent growth from Chinese carriers meant that they were already on course to get close to the limit during peak travel periods.

“We are actually tapping on the door of being nearly full again in terms of bilateral capacity over this next peak season,” Roberts told delegates at the conference.

“It’s really one of these things that we have to stay on top of. Almost as soon as you’ve renegotiated the agreement, we need to be thinking about the next one because clearly there’s that latent capacity in the market.”

Australia and China expanded their bilateral air services agreement in January 2015, effectively nearly tripling the amount of available seats for carriers of both nations over the following two years.

Meanwhile, Australian airlines also gained expanded rights to fly beyond China, including to Europe, and to China via intermediate points.

Borthwick said another focus of the department’s negotiations centred on expanding codeshare arrangements for Australian carriers, particularly given Australia’s two major carriers Virgin Australia and Qantas had extensive partnerships with foreign airlines to serve destinations they did not fly to with their own aircraft.

There was also a push for unrestricted entitlements for cargo only services, “noting the importance of trade in goods to the Australian economy but also to complement Australia’s broader trader initiatives in developing free trade agreements”, he said.

 

Australian Aviation