East End Archive photography exhibition features on leading Brazillian and Latin American news channel
Date: 12 November 2014
The recent Archive: Imagining the East End exhibition was covered by the broadcaster TV Globo News, the largest broadcaster in Brazil and Latin America who filmed during the opening of the show.
As well as displaying some of the photography in the exhibition the feature includes interviews with exhibitors including MA Photography student Marie Sleigh about her project 'Home Life' and Cass lecturer Heather McDonough about her photo booth project collaboration with Rod Norris.
The TV Globo network newscasts have approximately 40-million viewers + in Brazil, where Globo is an open air channel that reaches 100% of Brazilian territory. TV Globo also has an international satellite channel - Globo International which is offered to Brazilian citizens living in 115 countries, on all continents. TV Globo headquarters are located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. TV Globo has international news bureaus in New York, Washington D.C., London, Lisbon, Paris, Rome, Jerusalem, Tokyo and Buenos Aires.
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