Joao Roberto Marinho

About Joao Roberto Marinho

Birth Day: September 16, 1953
Birth Place: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brazil
Birth Sign: Libra
Occupation: CEO of the Editorial Board and vice president of the Grupo Globo
Spouse(s): Gisela Marinho
Children: Rodrigo Marinho
Parent(s): Roberto Marinho and Stella Goulart Marinho

Joao Roberto Marinho Net Worth

Joao Roberto Marinho was born on September 16, 1953 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brazil. Joao Roberto Marinho and his two billionaire brothers, Jose Roberto and Roberto Irineu Marinho, inherited control of Globo, Latin America's largest media group. The conglomerate began in Rio de Janeiro in 1925 when their grandfather, Irineu Marinho, launched a newspaper. Irineu died only 25 days after the first issue of the newspaper was published, leaving the company to his oldest son, the late Roberto Marinho, who built it into the media conglomerate it is today. Globo was rebranded in 2014 as "Grupo Globo," which includes Brazil's largest broadcaster, Rede Globo; Infoglobo, Brazil's largest newspaper company; and Globosat, the largest pay TV provider in Latin America. Joao Roberto began his career as a journalist with O Globo, Infoglobo's main title and one of Brazil's most influential newspapers. He held a number of positions before becoming editor-in-chief. He is now deputy chair of the Grupo Globo's board of directors and chair of the Editorial Board and Institutional Committee.
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💰Joao Roberto Marinho Net worth: $2.2 Billion (Updated at 22 June 2018)

2013 $8.7 Billion
2014 $9.1 Billion
2015 $8.2 Billion
2016 $4.3 Billion
2017 $3.7 Billion
2018 $2.43 Billion

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João Roberto began his career as a Journalist for the newspaper "O Globo". In the mid-1990s the Globo Organizations moved its command to the three sons of Roberto Marinho. According to Forbes 2015 World Billionaire's list, Marinho was placed at number 165 with an estimated net worth of $8.2 billion.


João Roberto is an amateur rider and was Brazilian champion by teams in 2010 (range of 1.20 m) mounting Haria.