TV Gazeta promove demissões e acaba com programas

TV Gazeta extingue programas e culpa crise econômica

TV Gazeta extingue programas e culpa crise econômica

A TV Gazeta iniciou na manhã desta segunda-feira uma série de demissões em suas produções de programas e departamentos.

Vários programas, por conta disso, vão deixar de ser exibidos pela emissora.

A informação é que essa medida poderia afetar inclusive o “Todo Seu”, de Ronnie Von, mas o apresentador conseguiu reverter sua saída.  A nota foi atualizada.

Consultada, a TV Gazeta declarou à coluna que só terá uma posição oficial sobre os títulos que deixarão a grade no final da tarde de hoje, quando soltará um comunicado.

A emissora confirma que atrações sairão do ar, e culpa a crise econômica, mas ressalta que a lista ainda não está fechada.

Profissionais relatam que “está um caos” na Gazeta, por conta do anúncio que será feito nesta tarde sobre o fim de produtos, incluindo do esporte. Todos os diretores da casa foram convocados para uma reunião.

Produtos não rentáveis e de baixa audiência são os principais alvos dessa contenção de gastos.

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Isabeli Fontana mantém classe, elegância e beleza em programa de aventura

Isabeli atravessou rio sem perder a pose, a maquiagem e o brincão

 

Nas gravações do “Desafio Celebridade”, estreia de domingo, 21h30, no Discovery, Isabeli Fontana encarou de tudo um pouco.

Nadou em rio, enfrentou lamaceiro, cobras, bichos e lagartos.

Por pior que fosse a situação, ela não perdeu a classe, muito menos a elegância, com direito aos seus brinquinhos e maquiagem sempre impecável.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Tatá Werneck vai vender melão no final da novela “Haja Coração”

Personagem de Tatá Werneck já tem final resolvido no final de "Haja Coração"

Personagem de Tatá Werneck já tem final resolvido no final de “Haja Coração”

Daniel Ortiz e equipe de colaboradores em “Haja Coração” já têm traçado o final da novela das sete.

Tatá Werneck, a Fedora, por exemplo, vai acabar vendendo melão na feira, contando para isso com a assessoria direta de Tancinha, Mariana Ximenes, que se tornará também a sua mais nova amiga de infância.

Por outro lado, o pessoal de “Haja Coração” vai tentar evitar o vazamento do momento mais aguardado da história, sobre quem ficará com a personagem de Ximenes, Apolo (Malvino Salvador) ou Beto (João Baldasserini)?

Para os autores, não tem nada definido ainda, a exemplo da própria exibição do último capítulo, se será mesmo numa sexta ou numa segunda.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

“The Voice Brasil” e “X Factor” expõem decadência da música brasileira

Jurados do "The Voice Brasil" e do "X Factor"

Jurados do “The Voice Brasil” e do “X Factor”

Tanto no “The Voice Brasil” quanto no “X Factor”, para ficar só nos principais, torna-se a cada programa mais perceptível a quantidade de músicas cantadas em inglês por parte dos seus participantes.

Não está na hora de começar a se investigar a razão disso?

Reflexo ou não do atual cenário, dominado por sertanejo, arroxa e sofrência, a Música Popular Brasileira de qualidade está perdendo espaço de maneira bem desproporcional e das mais perigosas. Basta recorrer a qualquer playlist para se deparar com tão triste realidade.

Quase nada de importante se tem como registro depois de Legião, Engenheiros, Capital, Marisa Monte, Tribalistas, Titãs e Charlie Brown, para ficar numa geração mais recente.

Será que ainda existe um meio de reverter tão triste estado de coisas?

Gente boa existe, mas faltas de oportunidade e reconhecimento sempre aparecem como principais complicadores.

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

How to get around the FFA Cup Semis!

FFA Cup on Fox Sports

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

staff writers
Down to the last four! Here are all of the ways to stay across both Semi Finals so you don’t miss a minute.

Westfield FFA Cup fever has gripped the nation’s capital as local club Canberra Olympic prepares to take centre stage and represent the region when they do battle with Hyundai A-League heavyweights Sydney FC for a spot in the Westfield FFA Cup Final at Viking Park.

Then next Tuesday night it’s the first ever derby featuring Melbourne’s two Hyundai A-League clubs as reigning Cup holders Melbourne Victory face fierce crosstown rivals Melbourne City FC.

Here are all of the ways to be part of the #MagicOfTheCup.

GO TO THE GAME

Go and watch the theatre of knockout Cup football first hand! If you’re in the vicinity of Canberra or Melbourne, drag the mates or the family along and get amongst it.

WATCH IT ON FOX SPORTS

If you can’t get to the game, the next best place to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the action is to watch FOX SPORTS.  FOX SPORTS 4 (Channel 505) will have all of the action of both Semi Finals. Coverage starts at 7.0 0pm AEDT.

SOCIAL MEDIA

There will be LIVE updates for both Semi Finals on the Westfield FFA Cup Twitter channel @FFACup , while you can also follow each of the matches on the official match centres and get half time and full time updates on the competition’s official Facebook page .

LISTEN ON RADIO

Catch the opening Semi Final from the nation’s capital on 666 ABC Canberra, Grandstand Digital, online & via the ABC Radio Mobile App.

Radio broadcast details for the second Semi Final at AAMI Park will be confirmed closer to the date of the game.

Go on, get around it!

Westfield FFA Cup 2016 Semi Finals

Canberra Olympic v Sydney FC
Wednesday 19 October 2016
Viking Park, Wanniassa
Kick-off:
7:30pm local (7:30pm AEDT)

Tickets: Click here for ticketing details

Click here to go to the official Match Centre

TV Broadcast: 7.00pm (AEDT) Live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS 4 (Channel 505)

Radio Broadcast: 666 ABC Canberra, Grandstand Digital, online & via the ABC Radio Mobile App

Twitter: Follow the match and join the conversation using the hash-tags #COLvSYD #FFACup

Twitter handles to follow: @FFACup @COFC1956 @SydneyFC

 

Melbourne Victory v Melbourne City FC
Tuesday 25 October 2016
AAMI Park, Melbourne
Kick-off:
7:30pm local (7:30pm AEDT)

Tickets: Click here for ticketing details

Click here to go to the official Match Centre

TV Broadcast: 7.00pm (AEDT) Live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS 4 (Channel 505)

Radio Broadcast: TBC

Twitter: Follow the match and join the conversation using the hash-tags #MVCvMCY #FFACup

Twitter handles to follow: @FFACup @gomvfc @MelbourneCity

Football Federation Australia

Football Federation Australia reprimands Melbourne Victory under National Code of Conduct

Melbourne Victory.

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Staff writer
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has today sent Melbourne Victory an official reprimand under the National Code of Conduct following the lighting of a flare at the Hyundai A-League match at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night.

After reviewing a submission from Melbourne Victory, FFA has recognised the significant shift amongst the Melbourne Victory supporters who showed their displeasure and then identified the perpetrator.

Melbourne Victory, along with all Hyundai A-League Clubs, was also supportive and vigilant in taking part in and delivering the National Flare Campaign; its message was simple “Flares are not Acceptable – don’t be disloyal!”

“FFA has received a detailed submission from Melbourne Victory and the club has been issued with an official reprimand,” said Head of Hyundai A-League Greg O’Rourke.

“In making the determination, FFA has placed considerable significance on the Melbourne Victory supporters who voiced their displeasure and then helped identify the perpetrator, who was removed from the stadium and will go through the FFA Banning Process. This behaviour is refreshing.

“We look at all incidents on a case by case basis and take into consideration the totality of the situation and behaviours and we noted some clear distinctions from the incidents last week at the Sydney Derby.

“Before the start of the Season, FFA and the clubs launched a National Flare Campaign in collaboration with police and stadiums where players and coaches asked football fans through video screen messages, Member letters and social media to help rid their clubs of disloyal fans discharging flares.

“FFA recognises that the self-policing by the Melbourne Victory fans is yet another positive step and a strong public statement that fans, clubs and the wider football family were united in saying flares are not acceptable and show disloyalty to their club.

“In issuing the reprimand FFA is warning all clubs of the need to stay vigilant. The collective focus of FFA, clubs, players and true football fans is to work together to eliminate all forms of anti-social behaviour, including flares.

“We need to be clear that a recurrence of the incident where flares are ignited in the Melbourne Victory fans area may leave FFA with no alternative other than to deduct points from the club.”

Melbourne Victory has accepted this decision and will not be appealing.

 

Football Federation Australia

 

Female coach developer program launches

The participants for this year's Female Coach Developer Program.

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Staff writer
Football Federation Australia (FFA), in collaboration with FIFA, will run a Female Coach Developer Program for six chosen applicants.

Having secured FIFA funding, the running of this Female Coach Developer Program aims to meet the dual goals of improving both the quality and quantity of FFA’s coach developer workforce, and to increase the number of female coaches working within football.

This program is in line with FFA’s Strategic Plan for 2016-19 which identifies establishing FFA as the ‘leading organisation for females in sport’ as one of the four key principles.

“FFA is committed to being a leading organisation for females in sport, supporting female coaches is a key part of this commitment.

“This program provided a fantastic opportunity for six participants to improve their coaching skills and knowledge and we expect the number of female coaches working within football will increase as a result,” said Emma Highwood, Head of Community, Football Development and Women’s Football.

The six applicants were chosen by a FFA selection panel to be involved in the Female Coach Developer Program, with the program to involve both distance learning and interpersonal components.

The six successful applicants are:

·         Ann Gourley (Perth)

·         Deb Fisher (NSW)

·         Rani Cavaretta (NSW)

·         Louise McColl (VIC)

·         Mel Lum (VIC)

·         Joey Peters (NNSW)

The program includes two four-day workshops at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra on October 10-13 and March 13-16, 2017.

 

Football Federation Australia