Rede Record

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Rede Record () is a Brazilian television network, funded in 1953 by Paulo Machado de Carvalho, founder of Rádio Record. Currently, owned by Bishop Edir Macedo, founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, it currently is Brazil's second largest television network, since 2007. With years of uninterrupted transmission, it is also the oldest TV network in the country.



TV Record started its transmissions on September 27, 1953. It was founded by Paulo Machado de Carvalho in São Paulo, as a competitor for then-dominant Rede Tupi (Network Tupi) from Diários Associados, thus breaking the three-year old monopoly the station had in the city. It originally broadcasted shows, sports, journalism, comedies and plays. In the 1950s, TV Record became recognized by their sports broadcasts. In 1959, it started airing shows featuring international celebrities such as Charles Aznavour, Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, and Marlene Dietrich.


The 60s were considered Record's "Golden Age". The peak of Record's ratings would be in the 1965–1970 period, when it became well-known for its musical programs showcasing Bossa Nova and Jovem Guarda artists and its MPB Music Festivals - which opened the doors to Tropicália. It was also during the 60s that it aired its comedic series Família Trapo, created in 1967, the same year that it started to lead the newly founded Rede de Emissoras Independentes (Independent...
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