Bradshaw hosted a television crew for the show, "Planeta Brasil," off the network TV Globo International, a satellite channel. The network is the fourth largest in the world and the major television network of Brasil, South America. The network is viewed in 106 countries.
"It's nice," Bradshaw said. "Here we are in Brazil, Ind., a small town."
The film crew has been touring the United States since January, visiting approximately 20 states, including stops in North Carolina, California, Tennessee, Louisiana and more.
"It's amazing," reporter Mila Burns said. "I probably know more about America than I know about Brasil now. And I'll probably know more about this Brazil."
Burns said the show focuses on natives of Brasil, South America, living in the United States and the unique places they call home.
Upon researching the country, they discovered Brazil, Ind., and wanted to meet with Bradshaw to discuss the city's past, present and future.
The travels will continue through December. Burns and her cinematographer Francisco Pires travel via RV.
"We will visit Chicago Sunday," Burns said.
Producers with the network contacted Bradshaw's office via e-mail in order to set up the interview.
Burns said the segment would be approximately 10 minutes in length. Although TV Globo International is a Pay-Per-View network in the United States, she added the clip featuring Brazil, Ind., may find its way onto YouTube in the future.
Bradshaw said she planned on taking the crew to the Chafariz Dos Contos Fountain in front of Forest Park. The fountain was dedicated to the City of Brazil in 1956 by Brasil, South America.
In addition, she hoped to show them the Charles B. Hall monument in front of City Hall.