SIC Notícias takes the form of a political debate on Canal Q and is featured by TVI24 and RTP3 – Meios & Publicidade commentators

Francisco Mendes da Silva, until now a TVI24 commentator, and José Eduardo Martins, who collaborated with RTP3, became SIC Notícias commentators following the transition of the Sem Moderation program to the Paço de Arcos channel. This is an original format of Canal Q, which consists of a political debate in which commentators rotate the debate, without a moderator, and which will now be broadcast on the SIC Notícias antenna. The program features Francisco Mendes da Silva and José Eduardo Martins, along with Pedro Delgado Alves and Daniel Oliveira, thus maintaining the format’s panel of commentators. Following the switch to the Impresa information channel, the two commentators terminated their collaboration with TVI 24 and RTP3.

In addition to the new program, with its premiere next November, SIC Notícias maintains, in the area of ​​political debate, the face-to-face format Linhas Vermelhas, where Pedro Delgado Alves had debuted as a commentator for the station. After starting with the duo Mariana Mortágua and Adolfo Mesquita Nunes, on Mondays during the local elections, the format will now continue on Wednesdays with Pedro Delgado Alves and Miguel Morgado, who also returned to SIC Notícias as a commentator.

“With these two changes, SIC Notícias reinforces its position as the leading channel of political debates, continuing a strategy of also increasing its presence in digital and in podcasts, fundamental areas for the consolidation and growth of its audiences”, he says in communicated, the station of the Impresa.


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