The journalist worked in television news and died after a severe heart attack.
247 Rodrigo Bocardi was touched at the end of Bom Dia São Paulo on Wednesday (21) when he paid tribute to producer Wagner Valem, a journalist who worked in the news and died after a severe heart attack. The announcer mobilized all direct correspondents to vent and revealed that in one of his last conversations, his friend encouraged him not to give up on his career. The reportage From the TV news portal.
At the last meeting with him, he asked to take a picture and said: ‘Rodrigo, don’t give up, you represent us. It is the importance of Bom dia São Paulo. Do you know what that means in everyone’s life? “I can’t, Valim,” said the announcer, “I’m thinking of giving up. this is difficult”.
“He said the press is brave, he encourages me,” Bocardi said. “I often think of giving up, his word being persistent, and perseverance. This good morning will continue at Flem’s request.”
Before the explosion, he explained that the morning was sad for the BDSP team and asked everyone to take a moment of silence out of respect for Valim. “I want to draw attention to this particularly sad day here. I don’t know if you noticed, but it wasn’t easy for me and it wasn’t for my team and other journalists,” he said.
Every day, Bocardi usually asks to “raise the team name” at the end of the news – those letters with the names of the pros that pass at the end. “When I talk about the name of this team, that’s what happens, because it’s who makes the Boom Dia. And then, of all the names, there’s this one, the one who’s no longer with us: Wagner Valem.”
The Globo employee served as the head of the investigative sector, carefully scrutinizing the news before it went live.
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