Magazine: Veja

Brazil's largest circulation magazine, with just over a million copies. Was highly respected in the 70-90s, thanks to its investigative reporting and good writing, but now seems to have suffered massively from Magazine Decay and has become a little more than a mouthpiece to expound it's (political) opinions, without much care for bias and with significantly less original reporting.

Perhaps the best example of how it's changed is the fact that it's most popular, and highly controversial, columnist is Diogo Mainardi, someone who would never have a place in the old Veja...