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In depth articles and films that delve into social topics by amplifying independent new voices

STORIES
A deep dive into a unique music festival in the middle of the Atlantic
How important is art in times of conflict?
Is the political society able to change the politics?
What makes us humans?
What are the rituals behind a music festival?
Why predict the future when you can influence the present?
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BUILDING A COMMUNITY

Canal180 aims to construct a real community of artists
Identifying new and established artists through the 180ID series. Making a clear moment of gathering with 180 Creative Camp, where off the wall connections are made, promoting working partnerships and lay foundations for a next generation of creators.

WE HAVE A HISTORY

Canal180 started broadcasting on April 2012.
Over the last decade, Canal180 became not only a TV channel, but morphed into an ecosystem of broadcast, events, screenings and social media communication, delivering a multilayered discourse about worldwide cultural topics.

THE IMPORTANCE OF COLLABORATIONS

The collaborative process has always been the core of Canal180’s identity.
In 2014, we made a partnership with Chicago’s leading music publication Pitchfork, to develop two original series.
Recently, we partnered with We are Europe, an association of 8 major European events, to develop a series of films, that aim to build a conversation around the future of today’s society.
Collaboration with cultural entities like the British Council, Gulbenkian, Serralves, Casa da Música, or MAAT, are opportunities to establish our discourse and have access to an already identified cultural audience.

JOINING THE GLOBAL CONVERSATION

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WE HAVE CHANGED

In 2018, Canal180 decided to shift its focus from individualities to society issues.
As an outlet, we don’t impose our view, but choose to amplify new voices that create a discourse.
By making connections between artists and thinkers, musicians and activists, we aim to transform our areas of interest into specific themes, trying to find the pivotal questions in society and offering a clear and alternative point of view.
By partnering with institutions like We Are Europe, we are part of a bigger discourse, with access to a network of independent thinkers that shape the European discourse of the future.

To the virtuous confluence of network and themes we call — the Other Stories.

TEAM

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Luís Fernandes

Director & Film Editor

Ana Marta Dias

PRODUCER

João Brojo

Motion Graphics

Mário Meira

Editorial & Social Media

José Guilherme Marques

Motion Graphics

Nuno Pinto

Director & FILM EDITOR

João Diogo Marques

Office Manager & Translator

Eva Magro

Director & Film Editor

Joana Domingues

IT & Broadcast

Pedro Vasconcelos

Director & Film Editor

Joana Ferreira

Junior Social Media Manager

Nicole Gonçalves

Director & Film Editor

Luís Sobreiro

Founder & CEO

João Vasconcelos

Contacts

For any questions please get in touch:

Canal180
Praça Coronel Pacheco, 2
4050 - 453 Porto
PORTUGAL

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Canal180 gives insight on social topics by amplifying creative independent new voices.


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Le Guess Who?, Utrecht, November 2018

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