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  • 'Men in Blazers': How Producer Michael Davies Became a TV Soccer Commentator

    From Bravo's "Watch What Happens: Live" to GSN's "The American Bible Challenge," prolific producer Michael Davies has had no less than half a dozen series and pilots in the hopper at any given time during the past few years at his Sony Pictures TV-based...
  • MLS notebook: Orlando City might face Flamengo, São Paulo in preseason

    MLS notebook: Orlando City might face Flamengo, São Paulo in preseason
    Orlando City will start its preseason in Brazil, that much is known. Owner Flávio Augusto da Silva revealed the preseason plans on his Facebook page and wrote that the club will face three Brazilian sides during the South American tour. Now, reports out...
  • Gullane Brothers Ride Brazil's Support to Commercial, Arthouse Success

    Brazil's entertainment industry is the envy of Latin America: It boasts eight years of box office growth, local movies that grabbed an 18.6% market share last year and strong government financial support. So it makes sense that Sao Paulo-based brothers...
  • Juergen Klinsmann a finalist for FIFA World Coach of the Year

    Juergen Klinsmann a finalist for FIFA World Coach of the Year
    Juergen Klinsmann, who led the U.S. national team to the Round of 16 in last summer's World Cup, is one of 10 finalists for FIFA's World Coach of the Year award. Other candidates for the honor include Klinsmann protege Joachim Loew, who led Germany to...
  • Brazil's auto industry wonders if things can get any worse

    Brazil's auto industry wonders if things can get any worse
    It could be a year or more before Brazil's auto industry turns the corner. By Brad Haynes and Alberto AlerigiReuters SAO PAULO — Automakers in Brazil are facing the sharpest slowdown since 1999, and it could be a year or more before things turn...
  • Investors punish Brazil after President Rousseff's reelection

    Investors punish Brazil after President Rousseff's reelection
    Investors badly punished Brazil's stock market and currency Monday after President Dilma Rousseff's reelection, amid questions about how she will lead the world's seventh-largest economy. Business elites had strongly favored center-right challenger...
  • Dilma Rousseff Re-election: Continuity For Film/TV in Brazil?

    In Rio de Janeiro last night, about 1,000 supporters of Dilma Rousseff, re-elected by the narrowest of margins as Brazil's president, gathered in driving rain to celebrate her Sunday second-round election triumph, in which she fought off a stiff challenge...
  • Economy is key in Brazil's presidential runoff, voters say

    When Karina Gonzaga thinks about whom she'll vote for in Sunday's presidential runoff election, she doesn't care that Brazil's long economic boom has suffered a downturn or that President Dilma Rousseff's center-left Workers' Party has already been in...
  • Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff narrowly reelected

    Incumbent President Dilma Rousseff narrowly defeated center-right challenger Aecio Neves in a runoff election on Sunday as Brazilian voters gave her center-left Workers’ Party a fourth term in the presidency. Rousseff, who took over from popular...
  • Petrobras corruption case overshadows Brazil presidential campaign

    Petrobras corruption case overshadows Brazil presidential campaign
    Presidential challenger Aecio Neves took the podium at a yacht club in Copacabana this week for a rapid-fire news conference at which he took aim at incumbent Dilma Rousseff for a corruption scandal involving Petrobras, the state-owned oil company....
  • Airing concerns about sports events in smoggy China

    When the starter's gun sounded for the 34th annual Beijing International Marathon on Sunday, air pollution measured 20 times worse than what the World Health Organization considers safe to breathe. Anywhere else in the world, this would have been a...