“Marques Everaldo (sic), Paulo Antunes, and Andre Kfouri”
Da redação TV em Análise
É Everaldo Marques, seus idiotas!
Abaixo, a parte concernente à ESPN Internacional no jogo entre San Francisco 49ers x Baltimore Ravens, no Superdome de Nova Orleans, no domingo (3/2), com ênfases em negrito para a parte brasileira da cobertura:
ESPN International will present Super Bowl XLVII live to more than 71 million households in 162 countries and territories throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, Brazil, Africa, the Middle East, Israel, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the Pacific Rim, and much of Europe. Commentary and analysis will be provided in four languages – English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Highlights:
*The Game will be seen in HD in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Brazil, the Caribbean, Europe, and Canada.
*Spanish language coverage features a team of seven reporters/analysts in New Orleans. Alvaro Martin (play-by-play), N.Y. Giants Super Bowl-winning kicker Raul Allegre (analyst), and John Sutcliffe (sideline reporter) will call the Super Bowl, while Ciro Procuna, Eduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega and Mauricio Pedroza will host reports throughout daily NFL Semanal specials, SportsCenter, Radio Formula, Nacion ESPN, Los Capitanes, and NFL Esta Noche.
*Live coverage on Super Bowl Sunday in Latin America will begin at 3 p.m. with an extended pre-game NFL Esta Noche: Previo Super Bowl XLVII EN VIVO followed by live telecast of the Super Bowl at 5:30 p.m.
*Spanish digital coverage will feature ESPN commentator live chats, video, and complete coverage from New Orleans on ESPNDeportes.com and via social media on Facebook and Twitter.
*ESPN Brazil will feature Portuguese coverage with Marques Everaldo, Paulo Antunes, and Andre Kfouri on the live Super Bowl XLVII broadcast and reporting for Semana NFL, Abre o Jogo, and SportsCenter Brasil.
*ESPN Pacific Rim will feature Jason Bennett and NFL punter Mat McBriar, a native of Australia, hosting Aussies Abroad Super Bowl Preview Special and Pre-Game coverage, as well as a five-hour marathon featuring NFL Films highlights of the best Super Bowls of all time.
*English-speaking ESPN networks in the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Rim and much of Europe will feature ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown and US network coverage of Super Bowl XLVII on Super Bowl Sunday.
*RDS Canada will provide French coverage beginning at 5:30 p.m.”