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Tio Jose says he is 'full' after leaving SBT and explains leaving the channel

Tio Jose says he is 'full' after leaving SBT and explains leaving the channel

When SBT completed the purchase of the Libertadores, shortly afterwards, Tío José was hired permanently by Silvio Santos and left Fox, his second stint in the Brazilian television system.

“I was there between 1995 and 2000, when we revolutionized Indy/World Formula broadcasting, and it was a success in terms of audience and revenue. Now I feel blessed to have helped and been one of the pillars of SBT sport,” said Teo. To the column.

Tio Jose said the broadcaster had made it clear that there were few prospects at the moment regarding new broadcasting rights. The channel hired narrator Cleber Machado in September last year and already had Luiz Alano in the cast.

“It's the broadcast station I really like. I left by mutual agreement. I'm happy. If my leaving helps keep jobs, I'm happy too,” the narrator said in reference to the financial issues.

Al Rawi is now looking for new opportunities on other platforms as well. Tew cited initiatives such as narrating the 2023 Libertadores women's matches in Palmeiras for the Nosso Palestra website, and the Handball World Cup on streaming player Zapping, as some examples of the work he was already carrying out.

On the SBT channel, Tio Jose narrated in this second clip the Libertadores years 2020, 2021 and 2022, all of which were in the Brazilian finals in the titles of Palmeiras against Santos and Flamengo, and Flamengo against Atletico Paranaense. He also narrated the 2022 and 2023 Champions League finals. Last year's Women's Copa America, with Brazil winning the title, was another event that had a narrator's voice on the channel.

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