Premiere (Brazil)

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Premiere
Launched 1997
Owned by Globosat (Grupo Globo)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan O melhor time do Brasil é o seu.
("The best team in Brazil is your own.")
Country  Brazil
Language Portuguese
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Formerly called Premiere Esportes (1997-2006)
Premiere Futebol Clube (2006-2011)
Premiere FC (2011-2013)
Sister channel(s) SporTV, SporTV 2, SporTV 3, SporTV 4, GNT, Globo News,
Website /sociopremiere.globo.com
Availability
Satellite
SKY Channels 121–127, 130–134, 136–137 / Channel 299 (HD)
Claro TV Channels 140–141, 143–148 and 150–152
Vivo TV Channels 151–158 and 159 / Channel 150 (HD) / Channels 770–779 and 781–782 / Channel 868 (HD)
Oi TV Channels 119–120 and 121–129 / Channel 620 (HD)
Algar TV Channels 161–168 and 169 / Channel 961 (HD)
Cable
NET Channels 222-228 (SD) / Channels 229 and 230 (HD)
Vivo TV Channels 121–128 / Channel 423 (HD)
TV Alphaville Channels 121–128 / Channel 201 (HD)
TV Sim Channels 72–78 and 80
Streaming media
Globosat Play Watch live
(Brazilian login and Signature are required)

The Premiere is a Brazilian television channel on pay-per-view broadcasts the main football State Championships in Brazil, and the Brazilian Championship Série A and Série B. Globosat belongs to, and is present in SKY Brasil NET, Claro TV and Vivo TV, and some operators outside the country, such as DirecTV and Dish Network. From 1997 to 2006 it was called Premiere Esportes, switching to Premiere Futebol Clube and then to PFC, but in 2011 moved again, this time to Premiere FC, which keeps the same name today.

Team sports

Narrators

  • Alagoas: Madson Delano.
  • Bahia: Thiago Mastroianni and Pedro Canísio.
  • Ceará: Antero Neto and Bosco Farias.
  • Goiás: Cesar Rezende, Victor Roriz and Eduardo Carvalho.
  • Minas Gerais: Jaime Júnior., Marcos Leandro and Rogério Corrêa.
  • Pará: Cleiton Caesar.
  • Paraná: Felipe Lestar, Luiz Augusto Xavier, Marcelo Martins and Carlos Ortiz.
  • Pernambuco: Rembrandt Junior, Rodrigo Raposo and Eri Santos.
  • Rio de Janeiro: Bruno Souza, Claudio Uchôa, Clayton Carvalho, Jader Rocha, Eduardo Moreno, Eusebio Resende, Guto Nejaim, Julio Oliveira, Luiz Carlos Júnior , Paulo Stein, Roby Porto and Sergio Mauricio.
  • Rio Grande do Sul: Gustavo Manhago, Fernando Zanuzo, Luiz Augusto Alano, Paulo Brito and Ramiro Ruschel.
  • Santa Catarina: Cleiton Cesar, Giovani Martinello and André Lino.
  • São Paulo: Junior Jota, Linhares Junior, Milton Leite, Odinei Ribeiro, Osvaldo Luis, Jorge Vinícius, Bachin Junior, Edemar Annuseck, Reinaldo Porto and Demétrius Garcia.

Commentators

Reporters

  • Bahia: Eduardo Oliveira, Matheus Carvalho, Sergio Pinheiro Pinheiro Renan and Daniela Leone.
  • Ceará: Alisson Oliveira and Luis Costa.
  • Distrito Federal: André Barroso and Gabriel Ramos.
  • Goiás: Monara Marques Rafael Sebba and Thais Freitas.
  • Minas Gerais: Josino Ribeiro, Luciana Machado, Maira Lemos and Guto Rabelo.
  • Pará: Leonardo Aquino and André Laurent.
  • Paraná: Daniel Hassan, Gustavo Marques, Lucas Rocha, Nadja Mauad, Roberson Jannuzzi of Robson and Lazzari.
  • Pernambuco: Georgia Kyrillos, Sabrina Rocha, Roger Casé, James Medeiros and Victor Bastos.
  • Rio de Janeiro: Bruna Gosling, Bruno Cortes, Felippe Awi, Fernando Saraiva, Janaina Xavier, Karin Duarte, Mark Carvalho, Anselmo Caparica, Ben Correia, Rodrigo Albornoz, Luiz Gonzaga and Juliano Lima Neto.
  • Rio Grande do Sul: Deborah de Oliveira, Fernando Becker, Júlio César Santos, Ricardo Lay, Thiago Morão and Rogério Giaretta.
  • Rio Grande do Norte: Thiago Liziane Virgil and Caesar.
  • Santa Catarina: Edmílson Ortiz, Francisco Alisson, Marcelo Siqueira, Elton Carvalho and Alessandra Flores.
  • São Paulo Alexandre Oliveira, Andrew Hernan, Cereto Carlos, Ivan Andrade, Joanna de Assis, James Maranhão, Édison Sousa, Felipe Diniz, Felipe Brisolla, Daniel Moreira Caio Dias and Maciel.

Premiere in Pay-Per-View

In Premiere are broadcast live matches of Serie A (Six per matchday), Serie B (Four per matchday) and Serie C (Two per matchday).

Broadcasters live & exclusive on Premiere

Premiere Clubes

The Premiere Soccer Club created a channel for all its subscribers, with 24 hours of football per day, Premiere Clubes. With reruns of games all day, since 1993 until today. Decisions striking games, FIFA World Cup, games and more round. Every person who signs the Premiere Futebol Clube automatically wins the channel Premiere Clubes.

External links

  • Official Website in Portuguese
  • Page Premiere FC International in Portuguese
  • Page PremiereFC.com in Portuguese
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