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Newspaper Name: O Dia
Newspaper name in English: The Day
Owner: Grupo O Dia
Country / Region: Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)
Language: Portuguese
Format type: Newspaper
Category: General
Political alignment: Sensationalism
Frequency: Daily
Publication Years (print version): 1951 — now (72 years)
Publication Years (digital version): 2010 — now (13 years)
Circulation: 145,000 (2015)
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Website: odia.ig.com.br   [read with translation]

«O Dia» is a Brazilian daily newspaper of the city and state of Rio de Janeiro, founded on June 5, 1951 by Chagas Freitos, then a Brazilian deputy and later governor of the states of Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro. The newspaper was a popular city bulletin, which did not ignore any, even the most insignificant, news, traditional here were reports of incidents, criminal reports, various investigations. The publication was published in the printing house of another Brazilian newspaper «A Notícia». In 1983, O Dia was bought out by journalist and businessman Ari Carvalho, and over the next 5 years it underwent a major reorganization to compete with such publications as «Jornal do Brasil» and «O Globo». Over time, the editorial staff formed into an independent company, which today also owns the TV channel «O Dia TV» and the radio station «FM Radio Dia». «O Dia» cooperates with the Spanish sports newspaper «Marca» and publishes the application «MarcaCampeão». The newspaper is also known for its series of popular satirical comics «Caderno D» (O Dia D.), «Pelezinho» (Pelezinho, Pele in his youth), «Vereda Tropical» (political comics), «Dr. Baixada», «Fujoão». In 2012, the newspaper received the «Excelência Jornalística» award from the «Sociedade Interamericana de Imprensa» (SIP).

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Official newspaper name in original language: O Dia

Newspaper name «O Dia» translated in English: The Day

Owner of the «O Dia» newspaper: Grupo O Dia

Founder of the «O Dia» newspaper: Chagas Freitas

Country or region of publishing of the «O Dia» newspaper: Brazil

General language of the «O Dia» newspaper: Portuguese

General category of content of the «O Dia» newspaper: General

Political alignment (orientation) of the «O Dia» newspaper: None, Sensationalism

Frequency of publication of the «O Dia» newspaper: Daily

Year of foundation (established) of the «O Dia» newspaper (print version): 1951

Age of the «O Dia» newspaper (print version): 72 years

Year of foundation (established) of the «O Dia» newspaper (digital version): 2010

Age of the «O Dia» newspaper (digital version): 13 years

Average circulation of the «O Dia» newspaper: 145,000 (2015)

Website and digital version of the «O Dia» newspaper: odia.ig.com.br

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