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Rede Mundo
Type Broadcast television network
Country Brazil
Availability National
International (by TUDO)
Founded

1968

by Alfredo Cunha
Slogan Todo mundo na mundo
(EN: Everybody on Mundo)
Owner Grupo Mundo
Mundo Comunicações
Key people Cunha Filho, CEO<
Launch date June 29, 1968
Analogue channel

Channel 11 (Sao Paulo)
Channel 9 (Rio,
Salvador)
Channel 6 (Brasilia,
São Luis)
Channel 7 (BH)
Channel 4 {Recife,
Fortaleza, Manaus, Belem)
Channel 2 (Porto Alegre,

Campinas)
Affiliates See List of Rede Mundo affiliates
Official Website www.redemundo.e11.com
Language Brazilian portuguese


Rede Mundo (Mundo Network), also known as TV Mundo, or simply Mundo, is a Brazilian television network, launched by Alberto Cunha on June 29, 1968 in Sao Paulo. It is owned by media conglomerate Grupo Mundo, being by far the largest of its holdings.

Mundo contest the place of second-most popular television with SBT and Record, but is the second-largest commercial television in Brazil, just behind Globo. Mundo is also the fourth oldest brazilin TV network that still broadcasting.

1980-1984 The second place in the audience

1980

In April 13, TV Cariri, Mundo affiliate in Fortaleza, was renamed to TV Mundo Ceará. The reason was a one of the patterns of the network. As TV Cariri was owned by Alfredo Cunha, like Rede Mundo, and is older than the head of the network, in Sao Paulo, the way was rename TV Cariri, and use the date when the TV station was renamed as the stattion new birthdate. This date is also the birthdate of Fortaleza.

In July 2, TV Paraguassu, Mundo affiliate in Salvador, was renamed to TV Mundo Bahia by the same reason for what "TV Cariri" was renamed. This date is also a holiday in the state where Salvador is located, Bahia, cause it marks the independence of this state.

1981

In 1981, Mundo hires Walter Clark, one of the responsibles by success of Rede Globo. Clark has created the concept of "stable schedule", and did it on Mundo too. In this year, Mundo starts your broadcasts Monday to Friday at 6 o'clock, with Jornal da Mundo - Edição da manhã, a morning news launched in March 9.

Shows

Series

  • Intervenção Militar (2015)

News

  • Jornal da Mundo (1970-present)
  • Primeira Edição (1981-present)
  • Boa Noite Brasil (1990-present)
  • Jornal de Domingo (1993-present)

Local news

  • Jornal Carioca (1982-present)
  • Jornal Paulista (1982-present)
  • RJ 12h (1988-present)
  • Minas 12h (1988-present)
  • Boa Noite São Paulo (1968-present)
  • Boa Noite Rio (1972-present)
  • Boa Noite Minas (1981-present)
  • SP Manhã (2006-present)

Breaking news

  • Plantão da Mundo (1992-present)
    • Boletim Primeira Edição (2013-present)
    • Daqui a pouco no Jornal da Mundo (2013-present)
    • Boletim Boa Noite Brasil (2013-present)
  • Boletim Paulista (1994-present)
  • Boletim Carioca (1994-present)

Seasonal

  • Mundo Folia (1985-present)
  • Copa do Mundo na Mundo (1986-present)

Defunct shows

Telenovelas

  • A Outra (1976)

Series

  • Tudo Por Um Sonho (2011)

Breaking news

  • Plantão Jornal da Mundo (1982-1992)
  • Plantão do Esporte (1982-1992)

Slogans

A TV que o paulista vê (1968-1970)
A Mundo é nota 11 (1968-1972)
A TV nota 11 (1970-1972)
Cores na tela (1973-1974)
A Mundo agora é rede (1974) (TV Mundo is now a network)
Olha só! (2003) (Look what!)
Todo mundo na mundo (2013-present)

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