60 Minutes did a profile on Brazil, which is a bit like a watered down version of Brazil on the Rise aimed at Americans who know almost nothing about South America. It's also a glowing review of Lula and his government and Eike Batista and his projects, as well as evidence of one CBS cameraman's whimsical trip around Rio.
It's basically everything you all already know about Brazil condensed into 13 minutes of a lot B-roll footage. The majority of it rehashed most of what the American media has already written or produced; one of the only factual problems I saw was about the vehicle attacks during the week of violence in Rio (it wasn't just "near the sooccer stadiums" that they were burning vehicles, including both cars and buses). In any event, the interviews with Lula, Eike Batista, and Eduardo Bueno are fun to watch, so have a look: