Soccer and Politics.


A conversation with journalists from influential magazines about the politics behind the World Cup. These experts comment on the tight control by a television network over broadcasting rights of the games in Mexico, the controversial managing of the tournament by Mexico’s soccer authority, and the controversy over the public use in the stadiums of a word that’s considered disparaging for some minorities. Also, guests comment on the projected impact of the World Cup spending on Brasil’s economy.

Guests: Beatriz Pereyra, Sports Reporter, Proceso Magazine, Mexico DF, ; Francisco Muciño, Junior Web Editor, Forbes Mexico Edition, Mexico DF,

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