Last Tuesday, here in Brazil, the Jovem Pan radio network (with a handful of owned-and-operated stations and about 80 affiliates for their news/talk network, as well as a sister CHR network, also branded "Jovem Pan") has opened the Antônio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho (or "Seu Tuta") Studio Complex (named after their founder), home of their upcoming online platform, "Panflix", and radically changed the format of their morning newscast (broadcast across their news/talk network, as well as both their news/talk and CHR stations in São Paulo), which changed to a video-first format (Jovem Pan has had video-capable studios for online broadcast for a few years now, but their programming was - and still is, in its majority - designed to be audio-first).
Here's the full-length broadcast, starting with the opening ceremony, with São Paulo state governor, João Doria, and Jovem Pan owner and CEO, Antônio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho FIlho, or "Tutinha" (son of Seu Tuta):
And this is how the broadcast looked (mostly sounded) like a few months ago:
And back in 2015, when video livestreams were mostly an afterthought:
Last edited by Viakenny on 11 November 2019 12:57pm