World Cup 2014: Mexican fiesta hits Rio

Media from all over the world have descended on Brazil, including comedy shows.

The World Cup draws people from all over the world, who all speak the same language: football. It also draws a lot of media attention.

Everywhere you turn, there's a camera, a tripod and a reporter doing an interview with a local, a vendor or crazy fans.

There's also good fodder for sketch comedy shows from around the world. I came across a Mexican show filming on the streets of Rio today: 

Steven D'Souza is an award-winning journalist with more than a decade of experience in broadcasting. Usually on the news beat, he has also covered major sporting events going back to the 2006 Stanley Cup Final and the 2007 FIFA Under-20 World Cup. 


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