The Role Media Plays in Brazil’s Political Turmoil (Video)

In the video above, Al Jazeera English conducts an in-depth investigation into how media monopolies have played a crucial role in the Brazilian political scandals that toppled Dilma Rousseff's government and may now do the same to current President Michel Temer's administration.

Given that only 50 percent of Brazilians have access to internet, broadcasters such as Jornal Nacional and publications such as O Globo (the latter with deep government connections that can be traced to Brazil's 21-year military dictatorship) have pushed conservative agendas that have changed the course of the nation's history.

— Posted by Natasha Hakimi Zapata

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