Troféu Imprensa

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Press Trophy
Awarded for Outstanding performance and production value by actors, telenovelas and TV programs in the previous year.
Country Brazil
Hosted by Silvio Santos
First awarded 1961-present
Website sbt.com.br/trofeuimprensa
Television/radio coverage
Network SBT

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