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Ana Maria Brambilla is a journalist from Porto Alegre, in the south of Brazil, a MA in communications and teacher in a university in Parana, Brazil. She joined OhmyNews as a citizen reporter since March 2005 and produced a Masters thesis on open source journalism with a focus on OhmyNews. She also came to the OhmyNews International Citizen Reporters' Forum in Seoul in June, 2005.

She is concerned about Brazilian politics, religion, society, technology and the environment. She is also a blogger.
No. Article Date
A (H1N1) Fear Hits Brazilians
Southern Brazil worst hit by the Influenza virus
1
Brazil's media and government authorities claim that influenza A(H1N1) is under control. This author suspects otherwise.... >>more
2009.08.05
Reporting from Latin America's Biggest Technology Event
Lost lunches, noisy nights and a speech from Tim Berners Lee
2
Berners Lee suggested that Web 3.0 (semantic Web) can, maybe, solve and save the Web. The "Web's father" also emphasized... >>more
2009.01.21
Advertising 2.0 in Brazil: Just a Double-Cross?
Collaborative campaigns are all hype, no substance
3
On the company's Web site there are no official numbers from the competition, just a notice saying that people suggested... >>more
2008.05.09
When Will Authorities Control Dengue?
A tale of two families
4
According to Cristianne, health agents looked at the garden and external areas of the condominium but didn't ask to ente... >>more
2008.04.08
Vai-Vai Wins Sao Paulo Carnival
Bixiga's samba school celebrates education
5
Vai-Vai doesn't have a large headquarters -- not enough to receive the 5,000 people who belong to that school. So the pa... >>more
2008.02.07
Brazil Faces Yellow Fever Scare
Disease kills 5 people in 15 days
6
Whether a serious concern or not, many people are looking for vaccines. On Saturday, more than a thousand people were va... >>more
2008.01.17
A Brazilian Christmas on Paulista Avenue
Main street of Sao Paulo is all dressed up for the holidays
7
Every day, thousands of people from all over the country and beyond walk its 2.8 kilometers, mingling with the businessm... >>more
2007.12.12
Brazil Celebrates Black Pride
Slavery abolished in 1888 but slave jobs still common
8
The holiday was highlighted by protest marches around the country. In Sao Paulo, a legion of around 3,000 people got tog... >>more
2007.11.22
Brazilian Airline Suspends Operations
Move a surprise to its 1,100 employees
9
This flight attendant told me about the day when they traveled for hours without any food on board. Some passengers suff... >>more
2007.11.10
The Banalization of Collaborative Journalism
A threat to be taken seriously
10
He/she isn't in competition with professional journalists, but might know much more about some subjects than newsroom st... >>more
2007.07.05
No Sleep for Sao Paulo During 'Virada Cultural'
May 5-6 performances attracts 3.5 million people
11
When I arrived at Casa das Rosas, a traditional northeastern group was singing a genre of music called "forro." Forro is... >>more
2007.05.07
Say Cheese! Brazil's FotoReporter
The marketing initiative that became a citizen journalism concept
12
There's another photoreporter who lives next to where stolen cars are stripped. The gang removes all fencible items and ... >>more
2007.04.25
Relationships Are Crucial to Collaborative Journalism
[Opinion] Communication between citizen reporter and editor is very important
13
I was infuriated last month as a participant in a technology bootcamp during a discussion of citizen journalism to hear ... >>more
2007.04.17
BrasilWiki Allows Format for All Opinions
Brazilian citizen reporter site inspired by OhmyNews
14
Opinions are absolutely unrestricted. Thus, in some respects we are walking a tightrope. We don't allow prejudiced conte... >>more
2007.04.17
Brazilian Web Site Tracks Victims of Crime
Organizers hope to highlight rise in violence in Rio de Janeiro
15
During the first week that the Web site was running, 77 deaths were tallied on its dramatic homepage. By the end of Febr... >>more
2007.03.01
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