Brazil's Rede Globo, one of the world's largest and most powerful media groups, may have won the concession for the rights to broadcast radio and television in Brazil for another 15 years. Still, even so, the public's admiration, trust, and audience continue in absolute decline.
For this, it is enough to see that in the middle of Christmas week, a period that moves commerce, tourism, travel, and, of course, television programming, Marinho's broadcasting company verified a negative fact: it had a low audience and, sometimes, operated in the red.
The result was so bad . . .