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- This summer, prepare for the final whistle. Clader, Simon // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;11/28/2013, Issue 3076, p23
The author discusses the condition of the travel industry in Brazil in 2014 with the celebration of the World Cup.
- World Cup Windfall. Hau, Louis; Gray, Campbell // Ad Age Global;Mar2002, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p30
Focuses on the gains expected by media companies and advertising agencies in Japan and South Korea, from the 2002 World Cup soccer tournament events. Television (TV) broadcasters which acquired all Korea broadcasting rights to the 2002 and 2006 World Cup tournaments; Estimated income gained by...
- Net Gains for 'Fï¿½tbol Everywhere' Spangler, Todd // Multichannel News;6/21/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p44
The article reports that ESPN XP, a new research paper analyzing media usage across all outlets, reveals that football fans involved with TV, plus three out of the four additional platforms including internet, mobile, and radio, spend 5 hours 6 minutes everyday on media and live coverage of the...
- Letter from America. Cockburn, Alexander; Silverstein, Ken // New Statesman & Society;7/22/94, Vol. 7 Issue 312, p13
Makes observations concerning media build-up of the Brazilian soccer team at the 1994 World Cup in the United States. Praise for the team; Comparisons with Brazil's greatest team ever; Brazilians' disappointment with their team's lackluster performance.
- Hungry Euro b'casters feast on soccer buffet. Fry, Andy // Variety;06/29/98, Vol. 371 Issue 8, p28
Provides information on the success of the 1998 World Cup soccer tournament in France. How the sport's ability to inspire interest among Europeans has driven media and marketing activity; Source of most of the activity around soccer rights; Information on the biggest rights deal between...
- Wags beget Wams beget Warbles. Wilby, Peter // New Statesman;7/3/2006, Vol. 135 Issue 4799, p18
This article discusses media coverage of soccer and the 2006 soccer World Cup in Great Britain. The author feels that soccer has gotten far too much coverage in newspapers, pushing aside larger issues such as wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. A discussion of the coverage of girlfriends and lovers of...
- Despite Widespread Delays President Assures Brazil Will Be Ready on Time for World Cup. Newsroom // Brazzil Mag;p1
The article offers news briefs related to Brazil. Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff has assured the world about the concerns over the delays and country's readiness to host the 2014 football World Cup. Roussneff is also dealing with several cases of corruption in her administration and...
- The Key to Brazil's Future: Abolishing Political Corruption. Rubin, B. Michael // Brazzil;May2013, p1
The article offers information on the need for Brazil to abolish its growing corruption in the politics in order to become future global power. it informs that the upcoming two events namely 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics will play a vital role in its infrastructure development...
- Is it too late for Brazil? // Travel Weekly Australia;Feb2014, Issue 212, p42
The article focuses on the impact of expenses and availability of tickets and accommodations on fans planning to visit Brazil to watch FIFA World Cup and also presents recommendations of travel agencies to visit neighboring countries at that time.