The most independent weekly magazine of general interest in Brazil.
The pioneerism, modernity and daring of ISTOÉ, made the publication a school of journalism that has revealed several talented professionals through time and counted on the signature of reporters, cartoonists, and collaborators. Among these are: Élio Gaspari, Millôr Fernandes, Ênio Mainardi, Luís Fernando Veríssimo, Henfil, Woody Allen and many others who are part of the history of jounalism. Today the magazine counts on names that are reference in the area such as: Marcelo Tas, Miguel Falabella, Gisele Vitória, Leonardo Attuch, Paulo Lima, Zeca Baleiro, Ricardo Amorim and Ricardo Boechat.
ISTOÉ is consolidated as one of the most influential means in the country. It was the protagonist of the most important political and social facts and participated significantly in the redemocratization of Brazil.
Independence, a distinctive characteristic of ISTOÉ, is part of its editorial line which is never attached to political or economic groups. As a result, it has collected along the years a succession of scoops and the recognition of its editorial quality through several awards, either granted or achieved by its professionals.
ISTOÉ practices a critical, plural and democratic journalism committed only to its readers. Thus, it invests all its investigative effort on leading the readers through the veracity of facts along with precise and independent information.
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