Grupo Globo

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Globo Comunicação e Participações S.A.
Private
Industry Media conglomerate
Founded 1925
Founder
  • Irineu Marinho
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
Area served
South America
Products
Subsidiaries Rede Globo, Radio Globo
Website Grupo Globo
Historic logo of Organizações Globo in the design by Hans Donner.

Grupo Globo (English: Globo Group) formerly known as Organizações Globo[1] (English: Globo Organization[2])) is the largest mass media group of Latin America, founded in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1925 by Irineu Marinho. It also formerly owned companies on the food industry and the real estate and financial markets.

The first enterprise of the company was the newspaper A Noite. With the success of the newspaper, published on the late afternoon, Marinho decided to launch the morning daily O Globo in 1925. After his sudden death, just weeks after the launch of O Globo, his son, Roberto Pisani Marinho, became the director of the company. Working actively on the media business, Roberto Marinho decided to invest in other areas and launched Radio Globo on 1944. However, the company only became recognizable nationwide after the launching of Rede Globo, the second-largest commercial TV network in the world,[3] in 1965.

The company is currently run by the sons of Roberto Marinho: Roberto Irineu Marinho, João Roberto Marinho, and José Roberto Marinho. In May 2013, a study released by media agency ZenithOptimedia showed Globo occupied the 17th place in a list with the top global media owners. It was the first time the company appeared on this ranking.[4] This ranking was still held in 2015.[5]

Holdings[edit]

Television production centers:

Television channels[edit]

1 - It is a joint-venture with 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Paramount Pictures.

2 - It is a joint-venture with NBC Universal. Half of the shares belongs to Organizações Globo.

3 - Playboy do Brasil is a joint-venture created from the association between Globosat and Playboy TV Latin America.

International correspondents of Network Globo[edit]

Satellite and cable TV[edit]

Radio stations[edit]

Web-radios[edit]

    • GNT FM
    • Multishow FM
    • SporTV Music

Corporate Radios[edit]

    • Rádio Werner
    • Rádio Sabrico One
    • Rádio 1 Rio

Audio channels of SKY Brasil and NET[edit]

    • Beats FM
    • Bossa Nova FM
    • Crossroads FM
    • FM Plugada
    • Hip Radio Hop
    • Jazzy FM
    • Latina FM
    • Lounge FM
    • Masters FM
    • Parada Popular
    • Pop Hits FM
    • Radio Rock Heroes
    • Radio Saloon
    • Radio Soul Connection
    • Radio The 60s
    • Radio The 70s
    • Radio The 80s
    • Rodeio FM
    • Rádio Blue Note
    • Rádio Dancing Days
    • Rádio Fama
    • Rádio Irada
    • Rádio Motel
    • Rádio Perfil
    • Rádio Playground
    • Rádio Raiz
    • Rádio Rasta
    • Rádio Som do Galerão
    • Rádio Só Brasil
    • Rádio Teletema
    • Rádio Trio Elétrico
    • Som Livre Apresenta
    • MTV
    • Top FM
    • Trilha FM

Newspapers[edit]

Internet pages[edit]

  • Globo.com
    • Globo International
    • EGO
    • G1
    • Globo Online
    • GloboEsporte.com
    • Globomail
    • Memória Globo
    • Paparazzo
    • Texto Digital
    • Buzz
    • GShow
    • GloboPlay

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Magazines[edit]

Custom Magazines[edit]

Comic Books[edit]

Books[edit]

Music label[edit]

Cinema and home video[edit]

Classifieds[edit]

  • Zap
    • Zap Autos
    • Zap Imoveis
  • Classificados "O Globo"

Games[edit]

  • Globo Jogos
  • Cartola FC

Television production company[edit]

  • Endemol-Globo (locally shared with Dutch Endemol)

Food industry[edit]

  • Inbasa (formerly)

Other products[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]