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Artur Agostinho Artur Fernandes Agostinho was born on December 25, 1920, in Lisbon and died on March 22, 2011.

He was an announcer and sports journalist on the radio, presenter of television programs and competitions, and actor in film and television.

Artur Agostinho He made his radio debut at age 18 as an announcer at Rádio Lusa, and went through other stations until he joined Emissora Nacional in 1945, at age 25.

With the start of regular television broadcasts in 1957, he joined RTP as a program presenter and journalist.

As a sports journalist (roller field hockey, soccer, and cycling), both at Emissora Nacional and RTP, his reports, immortalized in events such as the 1966 World Cup, became well-known.

He was also a journalist in the written press, collaborated with the newspaper A Bola, and was Director of the newspaper Record (1963-1974).

He passed through Rádio Renascença (1981-1983), as one of those responsible for the creation of the Sports Department, and Rádio Comercial.

As an actor, Artur Agostinho participated in the films: Capas Negras (1947), O Leão da Estrela (1947), Cantiga da Rua (1949), Sonhar É Fácil (1951), Dois Dias no Paraíso (1957), O Tarzan do 5º Esquerdo (1958), and Encontro com a Vida (1960).
He also participated in several television series, telefilms, and soap operas. In 2003, he participated in the television series "Ana e os Sete" and in 2004 in the film "Tudo Isto é Fado".

Artur Agostinho was also, until mid 2000, president of the Stromp Group, an entity linked to Sporting Clube de Portugal whose objective was the annual attribution of awards to the best athletes of the club.

He was distinguished with several awards: Press Oscar in the Radio category (1962), the Medal of Good Services, awarded by the Secretary of State for Sports and the Portuguese Skating Federation, the Career Award of the Portuguese Press Club (2006), the Merit and Excellence Award at the Golden Globes (2010), the Commendation of the Order of Sant'Iago da Espada, awarded by the President of the Republic Cavaco Silva (2010).
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Artur Agostinho