University TV Show - Debate

 
"Considered by Benito Piropo, the most respected computer science columnist in our country as "an ace" and a "true genious of Interactive Media production", Beto Byron taught more than 2400 hours of multimedia training classes and has trained the teams of some of the largest companies in Brazil."

Translation: Stll talking about websites. If you are from Ipanema or interested in the things of the neighborhood, do not miss the "Ipanema News" at <www.ipanemanews.com.br>. Which under the leadership of Claudio Holanda, intends to be the only vehicle for satirical interpretation and dissemination of genuinely "Ipanemian" trends on a national scale. But even if you are not interested in Ipanema, I suggest a visti to enjoy an exceptionally well-made set of pages. An it could not be any different: The Director of Interactive Media is Beto Byron, an ace... 

 
Awarded Lecturer

Beto Byron has presented more than 200 lectures and seminars about music, multimedia production, audio and video streaming production, motivational, business administration, career administration, personal success and internet marketing, helping people in all our country to change their lives through his knowledge.  

Main 12 Multimedia Teams Trained by Beto:  
1.     ESPM University
Source: http://www2.espm.br/  
2.     O Dia Online (second biggest newspaper in Rio de Janeiro)
Source: http://odia.ig.com.br/  
3.     Petrobrás (one of the biggest oil extraction companies in the world)
Source: http://www.petrobras.com/en/home.htm  
4.     Embratel (a major Brazilian telecommunications company headquartered in Rio de Janeiro)
Source: http://portal.embratel.com.br/embratel/  
5.     Globo.com (first biggest news website and the biggest journalism and entertainment network in Brazil that includes Globo TV and O GLOBO Newspaper)
Source: http://www.globo.com/  
6.     Ig (third biggest news website in Brazil)
Source: https://www.ig.com.br/  
7.     Sebrae (Sebrae is the official Brazilian government support service for small companies)
Source: https://www.sebrae.com.br/sites/PortalSebrae  
8.     Shell (Oil Company)
Source: http://www.shell.com.br/  
9.     Terra (fourth biggest news website in Brazil)
Source: https://www.terra.com.br/  
10.  Telemar (Telemar became Oi communications and it is one of the biggest cell phone and land line providers in brazil)
Source: http://www.oi.com.br/  
11.  Furnas (Brazilian government energy company)
Source: http://www.furnas.com.br/Ingles/index.aspx  
12.  Senac (Brazilian government “National Service of Commercial Learning” Serviço Nacional de Aprendizagem Comercial)
Source: http://www.senac.br/  
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