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Mission and Values

Caltagirone Editore intends to offer news, opinions, insights, and quality entertainment through its traditional and online media.
Caltagirone Editore is aware of the role and responsibilities that its means of communication play in shaping the ideas and opinions of the public and for this reason, it pursues the production of editorial products inspired by the principles of freedom, fairness, and pluralism.
Caltagirone Editore also aims to create and protect value for its shareholders, paying maximum attention to results.

Publishing Companies

It is the company that publishes the newspaper Il Messaggero.

Registered office in Rome, Via del Tritone 152.

President: Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone

Chief Executive Officer: Azzurra Caltagirone

Directors: Albino Majore, Alessandro Caltagirone, Carlo Carlevaris, Mario Delfini, Alvise Zanardi. Board of Statutory Auditors: Giampiero Tasco (Chairman), Maria Assunta Coluccia, Vincenzo Sportelli

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It is the company that publishes the newspaper Il Mattino.

Registered office in Rome, Via Barberini 28.
President and CEO: Albino Majore.
Councilors: Azzurra Caltagirone, Alvise Zanardi.
Board of Statutory Auditors: Vincenzo Sportelli (Chairman), Maria Assunta Coluccia, Stefano Giannuli.

It is the company that publishes the newspaper Il Gazzettino.

Registered office in Rome, Via Barberini 28.

President: Azzurra Caltagirone

Vice President: Albino Majore

Chief Executive Officer: Franco Fontana

Directors: Alessandro Caltagirone, Fabio Corsico, Mario Delfini, Gianni Mion.

Board of Statutory Auditors: Federico Malorni (Chairman), Maria Assunta Coluccia, Vincenzo Sportelli.

It is the company that publishes the newspaper  Il Corriere Adriatico.
Registered office in Rome, Via Barberini 28.
President: Massimo Garzilli
Councilors: Azzurra Caltagirone, Mario Delfini, Albino Majore.
Board of Statutory Auditors: Federico Malorni (Chairman), Vincenzo Sportelli, Stefano Giannuli.

It is the company that publishes the newspaper Il Nuovo quotidiano di Puglia.
Registered office in Rome, Via Montello 10.
President: Azzurra Caltagirone
Councilors: Mario Delfini, Albino Majore.
Board of Statutory Auditors: Vincenzo Sportelli (Chairman), Patrizia Amoretti, Stefano Giannuli.

It is the company that publishes the Leggo social press.

Registered office in Rome, Via Barberini 28.
President: Mario Delfini.
Chief Executive Officer: Azzurra Caltagirone.
Councilor: Albino Majore.
Board of Statutory Auditors: Vincenzo Sportelli (Chairman), Federico Malorni, Maria Assunta Coluccia.

Facilities and Services

Registered office in Rome
President: Azzurra Caltagirone
Managing Director: Alvise Zanardi
Councilor: Fabrizio Caprara

Registered office in Rome
President: Azzurra Caltagirone
Managing Director: Alvise Zanardi
Councilor: Fabrizio Caprara

Registered office in Rome
President: Azzurra Caltagirone
Managing Director: Alvise Zanardi
Councilor: Fabrizio Caprara

Registered office in Rome, Via Barberini 28
Sole Director: Azzurra Caltagirone

Registered office in Rome

President: Albino Majore

Chief Executive Officer: Franco Cisco

Shareholding

Reference Shareholders – Update: 2018

  • Cav. Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone 60,764%
  • Amber Capital 10.47%
  • Flottante 28,766%
  • Cav. Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone 60,764%
  • Amber Capital 10.757%
  • Flottante 28.479%

HISTORY

1996
Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone acquires control of Il Messaggero, historic newspaper founded in Rome in 1878

1997
143/5000 After Il Messaggero, Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone acquires Il Mattino di Napoli, the newspaper, leader in the south of Italy, with over 100 years of history

1998

2000
The dimensions assumed by the publishing business, enriched also by the Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia, lead, in 1999, to the birth of Caltagirone Editore and the following year to its listing on the Stock Exchange

2001

2004
The Group continues its expansion and founded the free press Leggo in 2001, which soon exceeds 2 million average readers per day. In 2004 the Group acquired Corriere Adriatico, one of the oldest Italian newspapers and leader in Le Marche region

2006
The Group acquires control of Il Gazzettino of Venice, a leading newspaper in Triveneto, leading to the present structure

2006

2016
The Group consolidates its presence in the Italian publishing market by investing in the graphic restyling of newspapers, launching online editions of all newspapers and transforming Leggo into the first Italian social press

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