Jornal da Globo

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Jornal da Globo
Format News
Presented by Christiane Pelajo
William Waack
Fernanda Gentil (sports)
Luís Roberto (sports)
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
Production
Running time 30-45 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Rede Globo
Original run 1st: March 4, 1967 – March 30, 1969
2nd: April 2, 1979 – March 6, 1981
3rd: August 2, 1982 – present
External links
Website

Jornal da Globo (Globo Journal) is the late night news show broadcast by the Brazilian television channel Rede Globo. It doesn't have a fixed starting time, but usually airs at or after midnight.

Hosted by William Waack and Christiane Pelajo, it shows a detailed summary of the news of the day, highlighting matters such as Brazilian and world's economics and politics.

Jornal da Globo was originally launched in 1967 as Rede Globo's first newscast, hosted by Hilton Gomes and Luiz Jatobá. Its first incarnation ended in March 1969 just months before the launch of Jornal Nacional. Jornal da Globo was relaunched for a second time in 1979 and hosted by Sérgio Chapelin, ending again in 1981 before being relaunched for a third time in its current incarnation in 1982.

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