Today, April 7, National Journalist Day is celebrated.
That’s why I selected “Before and After” from important professionals in the Brazilian press.
See below the change that time has caused in our journalists and give your opinion: who has changed the most?
Oh, and by clicking on each journalist’s name, you can find out about their story in the “What Ended It Take?” section.
On this April 7th, National Journalist Day, Portal Terceiro Tempo publishes photos of important professionals in the Brazilian press at the beginning of their respective careers, among them Alberto Helena Júnior, José Luiz Datena, Mauricio Noriega, Milton Neves, Paulo Calçade and Flávio Prado .
WHY APRIL 7th?
The date was established on April 7, 1931, a tribute promoted by the ABI (Brazilian Press Association) to the doctor and journalist Giovanni Battista Libero Badaró, murdered by political enemies in 1830.
Libero Badaró created an independent newspaper, the Constitutional Observatory, directing its articles to political issues censored by the regime, commanded by Emperor D. Pedro I. Defender of press freedom, Libero Badaró went against prevailing interests. His death gained popular force against the empire, one of the factors in the abdication of D. Pedro I, on April 7, 1831.
BELOW, SOME NAMES OF BRAZILIAN JOURNALISM