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GloboNews

GloboNews
Launched October 15, 1996
Owned by Globosat (Grupo Globo)
Picture format SDTV (480i, 4:3)
HDTV (1080i, 16:9)
Slogan Nunca desliga.
("Never goes off.")
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro (RJ), São Paulo (SP), Brasília (DF), New York (NY) and London
Website Official Website
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue 36 UHF (Rio de Janeiro)
Satellite
SKY Brasil 40 (SD)
40-1/540 (HD)
Via Embratel 40
Cable
TVA 40
NET 40(SD)
540 (HD)
Streaming media
Globosat PLAY Watch live
(Brazilian login and TV Signature are required)

GloboNews is the news television channel of Grupo Globo, which is the first 24-hour news channel on Brazilian television. It belongs to the group of pay-TV channels Globosat.

Despite being a pay-TV channel, Globo News may be seen in Rio de Janeiro and its vicinity in the UHF channel 36 (in clear audio and partially scrambled video).

The channel was relaunched on October 18, 2010, with a new logo, a new slogan, "Nunca desliga" ("Never goes off"), fewer repeats of their primetime programming during daytime, and more in-depth coverage, especially during daytime.

A high-definition simulcast was launched on February 3, 2013, at 12:30 p.m. Brazilian Summer Time (UTC-02).

Programming

Programming on Globo News currently uses generic graphics (except for most repeats of Rede Globo programming) and was color-coded until March 2012, with red for newscasts, green for talk shows, purple for news features, gray for specials and archive programming and blue for repeats of Globo programming. Currently, all programs (except Rede Globo repeats, who still use the color blue) use the color red.

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