Brazil gets more media coverage than any other country in the world, but that doesn’t mean everyone is getting it the way they want.
The average amount of media coverage a country receives in Brazil varies widely, from around 50% for Brazilians who are well-connected to the press to about 85% for those who are not.
This varies a lot by region.
In fact, Brazil’s most-mentioned media outlets in Brazil are The Guardian, Folha de S. Paulo and the Associated Press.
It’s also possible to get media coverage through multiple outlets at the same time, which is what the Guardian does for Brazil.
What is the median amount of time a country gets to get its news in a day?
In the Brazilian case, the average amount is about 5 hours, but the median time varies widely from around 7 hours for Brazilans with the least to almost 30 hours.
In the United States, the median is 8 hours, according to The New York Times.
Which media platforms do people actually watch?
The most popular Brazilian news outlets in 2017 were CNN and Globo, according the Pew Research Center.
Globo was the most popular Spanish-language channel among Brazilians, with the network drawing a total of 6.6 million viewers.
CNN was second with 6.4 million, followed by Telefónica, which had 653,000 viewers.
Brazilians also tuned in to Globo’s news coverage, which was second only to that of Fox News.