Manchete (magazine)

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CategoriesNews magazine
FounderAdolpho Bloch
First issue26 April 1952; 69 years ago (1952-04-26)
Final issue29 July 2000 (2000-07-29)
Based inRio de Janeiro

Manchete was a Brazilian weekly news magazine published from 1952 to 2000 by . Founded by Adolpho Bloch, the magazine's name would be given to the defunct television network Rede Manchete.[1] Manchete was considered one of the main magazines of its time, second only to O Cruzeiro. The magazine was inspired by publications such as Paris Match and Life, relying on photojournalism.[1] Among the writers who collaborated for Manchete were Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Rubem Braga, Manuel Bandeira, Paulo Mendes Campos, Fernando Sabino, David Nasser and Nelson Rodrigues. French photographer Jean Manzon was responsible by the magazine's main pictures.[2]

In 2000, with the bankruptcy of Bloch Editores,[3] the magazine's name and rights were bought by Marcos Dvoskin. Manchete has been republished only sporadically, in special editions.[4]


  1. ^ Jump up to: a b Balderston, Daniel; Gonzalez, Mike; Lopez, Ana M. (11 September 2002). Encyclopedia of Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean Cultures. Routledge. ISBN 9781134788521.
  2. ^ infoescola/revista Manchete
  3. ^ Terceira Turma assegura à massa falida de Bloch Editores direito de vender fazendas[dead link]
  4. ^ "midiaclipping: Revista Manchete nas bancas". Retrieved 2 September 2016.

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