Troféu Roquette Pinto

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Troféu Roquette Pinto
Troféu Roquette Pinto.jpg
The Roquette Pinto Trophy
Awarded forBest Radio and TV performers.
Country Brazil
Hosted by Blota Júnior
First awarded1950–1982
Website sbt.com.br/trofeuimprensa
Television/radio coverage
Network RecordTV

Troféu Roquette Pinto (English: Roquette Pinto Trophy), was an award presented annually by RecordTV, to honour the best Brazilian television and radio announcers or performers. It was known also just as "Roquette Pinto". [1]

History

Created by the TV presenter and producer Blota Júnior to tribute Edgar Roquette-Pinto, considered, together with Denilson Silva, the father of broadcasting in Brazil. The trophy was a statuette in form of a parrot singing in front of a microphone. [2] [3]

Created in 1950 for radio in the state of São Paulo, from 1952 it passed on to television. The award had twenty-six editions: the first delivery took place on December 16, 1952, organized by the ACRSP (Association of Radio commentators of the State of São Paulo). In 1968, the Ministry of Education and Culture established a Roquette Pinto Trophy for the best screenwriters in Brazil.

In 1971 the award was suspended by RecordTV which resumed it in 1978. The last edition of the Trophy took place in 1982. RecordTV is the current holder of the rights to the prize.

Bibliography

  • Roquette-Pinto, A Revista do video estudantil, 2017

See also

References

  1. ^ "O homem-verbete da radionovela". folha.uol.com.br. Retrieved November 8, 2022.
  2. ^ Globo.com (December 15, 2014). "Jô fica emocionado com homenagem de Boni ao seu filho Rafinha" (in Portuguese). gshow.globo.com. Retrieved November 8, 2022.
  3. ^ "Era Uma Vez: Prêmio Roquette Pinto tinha um dos maiores investimentos da TV Record". cartaodevisita.com.br. Retrieved November 8, 2022.