Primer Plano was a Venezuelan television talk show seen on Radio Caracas Televisión and was hosted by Marcel Granier, the current general director of RCTV and president of Empresas 1BC, the parent company of RCTV. The show debuted on 10 November 1976 with an interview of Diego Arria Salicetti, then governor of Caracas and has aired on-and-off since then. Primer Plano's most famous guest was current Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez in 1998. Other important guest included Arturo Uslar Pietri, Henrique Salas Römer, Henrique Salas Feo, Irene Sáez, Valentina Quintero, and Andres Velázquez to name a few The latest episode of Primer Plano took place on 30 November 2006 with an interview of Manuel Rosales, the current governor of Zulia and the then-opposition presidential candidate for the 2006 Venezuelan presidential elections.
In May 2017, "Amar Pelos Dois", in the voice of Salvador Sobral, gave Portugal its first victory at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the opposite of the song "festivaleira" but, in the voice of a charismatic and different interpreter between the different ones, the composition of Luísa Sobral made history.