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Grupo Globo

Grupo Globo known as Organizações Globo, is the largest mass media group of Latin America, founded in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1925 by Irineu Marinho. It formerly owned companies in the food industry, real estate and financial markets; the company's first enterprise was the newspaper A Noite. With its success, publishing in the late afternoon, Irineu Marinho decided to launch the morning daily O Globo in 1925. After his sudden death, just weeks after its launch, his son, Roberto Pisani Marinho, became the company's director. Working in the media business, Roberto Marinho decided to invest in other areas and launched Radio Globo in 1944. However, the company only became recognizable nationwide after the launching of Rede Globo, the world's second-largest commercial TV network in 1965; the company is run by the sons of Roberto Marinho: Roberto Irineu Marinho, João Roberto Marinho and José Roberto Marinho. In May 2013, a study released by media agency ZenithOptimedia showed Globo occupied the 17th place in a list of the top global media owners.

It was the first time. This ranking remained in 2015, but in 2017 the company's fell to 19th place, in June of the same year Grupo Globo signed a joint venture deal with Vice Media. Rede Globo Canal Futura Sociedade Independente de Comunicação Globosat TV Globo Internacional Globosat Comercialização de Conteúdos Sky Brazil BH FM CBN Rádio Globo Sound! Globo.com G1 Globoesporte.com Zap Editora Globo Edições Globo Condé Nast Infoglobo Globo Filmes Som Livre Loja Globo Roberto Irineu Marinho João Roberto Marinho José Roberto Marinho Jorge Nobrega Pedro Carvalho Paulo Marinho Roberto Marinho Neto Official website

The Auctioneer (film)

The Auctioneer is a 1927 American silent comedy drama film directed by Alfred E. Green and starring George Sidney, Marian Nixon and Gareth Hughes, it was planned for Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell to appear in supporting roles in the film, before both had become stars by that point and other actors were cast. A Jewish immigrant pawnbroker builds up a successful business; however he is forced to start over again. George Sidney as Simon Levi Marian Nixon as Ruth Levi Gareth Hughes as Richard Eagan Doris Lloyd as Esther Levi Ward Crane as Paul Groode Sammy Cohen as Mo Claire McDowell as Mrs. Tim Eagan The film was a serious financial disappointment for the Fox Film company. Made on a budget of $304,000, it took $317,000 worldwide which led to a $106,000 loss once distribution cost are factored in; this was the worst performance by a Fox film that year. Solomon, Aubrey; the Fox Film Corporation, 1915-1935: A History and Filmography. McFarland, 2011; the Auctioneer on IMDb

Jeff Ranieri

Jeff Ranieri is a Chief Meteorologist for NBC O&O station KNTV in San Jose, California. Ranieri reported for NBC NEWS on Early Today, MSNBC weekday mornings & afternoons, he was an NBC Weather Plus Meteorologist for Weekend Today Saturday. During weather events he reported for Nightly News and the Today Show. Prior to joining NBC in 2004 Ranieri was a forecaster at KCRA in California. Early in his career he forecasted in Oregon and Florida, his reporting includes the landfall of Hurricane Katrina from Biloxi, Severe Midwest flooding in 2007, the Super Tuesday tornado outbreak 2008, historic New England ice storm in December 2008. In 2006 he covered the Winter Olympic Games in Turin and the Summer Games in Beijing, China. After NBC Weather Plus dissolved it acquired the Weather Channel. In late 2008 Ranieri merged with the new brand while remaining a meteorologist with NBC NEWS in New York. On May 22, 2009, TVNewser reported that Ranieri left NBC News in New York to join NBC O&O KNTV in the San Francisco Bay Area.

This comes. As of June 2010, Ranieri serves as Chief Meteorologist, will be at various places around the SF Bay with live weather, features & interviews. Ranieri holds the American Meteorological Society television seal of approval. Biography at NBC Bay Area Sacramento Magazine, February 2004 MySpace Profile "Facebook Profile"