The presenter and former pilot Otavio Mesquita said, on Monday (30), that television will not end, despite the arrival of new platforms such as streaming. “As much as we are monitored by ‘modernity’, for everything you see, we have a little sensitivity to see things, so you see today a soap opera X, Y, Z from the past, they are special scenes, you see programs that SBT is re-presenting are special things, so you will never stop watching television”, he said.
With a career spanning nearly 40 years, Mesquita began his career as a presenter in the 1980s and worked for stations such as Rede Record, Rede Manchete, SBT and Rede TV!. He currently presents the program Operation Mosque, on SBT. He also competed in motorsport in the Stock Car Light, Porsche GT3 Cup Brazil categories. The presenter was the interviewee on the program no censorship gives TV Brazil and talked about topics such as political correctness, the pandemic, the broadcasts he made of the Gala Gay ball during carnival and even about an eventual career in politics.
Mesquita said he has one of the longest running programs on television. “It’s been 38 years doing the same style of program, the same style, with a 50% editorial and 50% business vision. This always helps me a lot. On all televisions I’ve always been a partner. My reading is always more technically correct, more ethical reading. The biggest trick is honesty”, he said.
See the full interview here.
<![CDATA[ */ ]]>
+ Until 2019, there were more people in prisons than on the Brazilian stock exchange
+ Geisy complains about social media censorship: “Instagram is chasing me”
+ Aloe gel in the drink: see the benefits
+ Nicole Bahls had already been warned about her ex-husband’s infidelity
+ Lemon-squeezing trick becomes a craze on social media
+ Chef playmate creates aphrodisiac recipe for Orgasm Day
+ Mercedes-Benz Sprinter wins motorhome version
+ Anorexia, an eating disorder that can lead to death
+ US agency warns: never wash raw chicken meat
+ Yasmin Brunet breaks the silence
+ Shark is captured in MA with the remains of youngsters missing in the stomach