Monday, February 7, 2011

Dingoo features in Folha de S Paulo

One thing I love about the Dingoo is how it just keeps popping up where it might least be expected. This time, it gets prestige coverage in one of Brazil’s most influential papers:

Folha de S.Paulo, known simply as Folha, is a Brazilian daily newspaper founded and continuously published in São Paulo since February 19, 1921. Owned by the Frias de Oliveira family since 1962, it has Brazil's largest circulation since 1986.[2] Alongside O Globo and O Estado de S. Paulo, Folha is considered one of the most influential newspapers in the country.[3][4]

The newspaper is considered to have played a major role during the military dictatorship. With the return of press freedom, it became an important channel for public expression. Folha also had an important role during the impeachment of President Fernando Collor de Mello in 1992.[5] Nowadays, it remains a very important newspaper, with a higher level of influence among other media vehicles in Brazil, the reason why it was chosen by Wikileaks to publish the United States diplomatic cables in the country, alongside O Globo.[6]

And of course, now it’s proven its credibility, by featuring the Dingoo A320 … if your interest is piqued, go here to read it:

By the end of this year, let’s get it into the New York Times. C’mon. Thanks to Dingoo Brazil for the above news!

1 comment :

  1. You're welcome, fellow colleagues from this site! =)

    However, the article itself is bad. The reporter who wrote this article knows nothing about the Dingoo. And, as always, in this article he speaks about the controversy about roms and piracy. And the people, who commented this article, are misinformed and biased.

    BTW, the only good point of all of this was to see an article about the Dingoo in one of the biggest newspapers of the world. =)

    Thank you, again, for posting this here.

    Pedro (