O Globo Online: Popular Brazilian Newspaper

Posted on 30. Nov, 2007 by in Links

o-globo-online.png” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.A great way to stay on top of the latest Brazilian events, while keeping up with your Portuguese!

There isn’t much to explain here; O Globo is a hugely popular newspaper in Brazil which is always worth reading. You can check it out online to get Brazilian news headlines quickly and easily.

For those of you who use RSS to read your news and website updates, check out this amazing page where Globo has its RSS feeds broken out by category. Example: Just curious about the Brazilian economy? This feed is for you!

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6 Responses to “O Globo Online: Popular Brazilian Newspaper”

  1. harald slotfeldt 14 June 2008 at 1:20 am #

    Oi,desejo ler seu otimo jornal,mas nao consigo
    sendo Noruegues(nao tenho CPF etc. como pedem)
    seu cadastro parece que eh so para residentes
    do Brasil ???

    Abracos Haroldo

  2. jose martin 21 February 2009 at 6:19 pm #

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    veja o video!

    http://www.vejatv.com/show.php?fileid=9501

  3. Ailton Lima 9 December 2009 at 4:22 pm #

    Herald, simply go to
    ogloboonline.com.br and you can read the paper. You shouldn’t need the cpf.

  4. Vince 7 July 2010 at 8:54 pm #

    ‘O Globo’ is not the best way to know what is happening in Brazil. This is a newspaper that supported the 1964 military coup that overtrew a democratic elected president.
    Its articles today are of a right-wing tendencies and one can confidently say that they seam to be edited in Wasgington DC.
    It continuosly lies about the Bolivarian movement that has taken South America in the last decade, it demonizes its leaders (democraticly elected leaders) on a daily bases. In the next coming election, it shamelessly favors ‘Jose Serra’, a right wing cadidate who while governing Sao Paulo State, sent troops to shoot at teachers protesting poor conditions. Needless to say Washignton support him too. O Globo is not on the business of information, nor is on the business of democratic freedom. It is a big corporation and it comes with all the evils any corporation possesses.

    The best way to learn portuguese from Brazil is reading its litarature:
    ‘Machado de Assis’
    ‘Jose de Alencar’
    ‘George Amado’
    ‘Clarice Lispector’
    ‘Mario de Andrade’

    You can also read ‘The open Vains of Latin America’ by Edoardo Galeano. The original is in spanish, but its portuguese translation is excellent!

    ‘Boa Sorte’ reading o ‘Globo’!

  5. Felipe 12 January 2013 at 7:58 pm #

    I´m brazilian and the most prestigious and recognized brazilian News paper is “Folha de São Paulo” (incontestable leadership)

    The News in “o globo” are 95% how the Rio de janeiro sees the
    rest of Brazil. Brazil is much more complex than what the Rio de Janeiro can see

  6. Gutierrez 4 April 2013 at 5:12 pm #

    O Globo recently implemented a registration wall. After you fill out the simple registration form, the next screen asks for “cfp” and “identidade”. I’m not from Brasil, I don’t have cfp! Can’t register. Can’t read the paper. So frustrating! I know Folha de Sao Paulo is a newspaper with a long tradition of good journalism, but their website sucks!!


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