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  • Anchors in the Sea

    The removal of journalist William Waack, 65, anchor for the "Jornal da Globo" (Globe Network News) after a video was released in which he made racist comments, raises extremely relevant questions for today's world of information.

    Published on 11/13/2017 - 10h17

  • Bullying a Journalist

    An episode that symbolizes the current and embattled political atmosphere was that between comedian Danilo Gentili and a reporter from the paper who wound up fired this last week.

    Published on 10/23/2017 - 12h50

  • 2018 Has Already Begun

    Many may not realize it yet, but 2018 has already begun. Less than one year from the elections, the pre-campaign is in the streets. And in the newspapers. Apparently, the earliest electoral campaign in recent history is already playing out.

    Published on 10/16/2017 - 11h06

  • Journalism With Small Ears

    The body on the ground in the shopping mall served as a tragic warning sign.

    Published on 10/10/2017 - 15h41

  • Violence in Rio Highlights the Necessity of Incorporating the Vision from the Periphery

    Everything that happens in Rio resonates nationally because it happened in Rio. The argument is frequently repeated that a spectacle is made of the violence in the city. The Atlas of Violence ranks Rio in 133rd position of the most violent cities in the country. But many people assume that it holds the title as the national champion in criminality.

    Published on 10/02/2017 - 08h56

  • Way Beyond the Walls

    Through the years, Folha grew with "Estado de S. Paulo" newspaper as its competitor. Either by design or through mutual antagonism, one newspaper defined the other. "Estado" has traditional roots; Folha assumed the role of a modern newspaper.

    Published on 09/25/2017 - 12h22

  • Arrows in the Bamboo Patch of the News

    The final arrows promised by Brazil's Federal Prosecutor General against the President were shot last Thursday (14th). Rodrigo Janot charged Michel Temer for the second time.

    Published on 09/18/2017 - 15h41

  • Precision at the Edge of the Cliff

    Accuracy, precision and balance are essential values in the practice of journalism. Applying these values, however, isn't the easiest thing. It is risky to presume that information that is subjectively expressed, will reach the reader as something objective.

    Published on 09/14/2017 - 15h31

  • Where Are the Women?

    A group of young people from a school in Osasco had looked over some editions of Folha. With the kind of fresh point of view provided by youth, they weren't limited only by what the pages of the newspaper themselves showed. They were looking for things that by their very absence revealed concrete facts that weren't present in the news itself.

    Published on 09/04/2017 - 13h07

  • The Law, Sometimes

    Journalistic coverage of the judicial system in the last decade has exhibited a protagonism that is rare in Brazilian history. Decisions and sessions of the Federal Supreme Court have received comments as if they were sports championships.

    Published on 08/29/2017 - 13h13