Caltagirone Editore Spa is the second largest newspapers publishing company in Italy, based on average daily readers. Incorporated in December 1999 and listed on the Italian Stock Exchange in July 2000, CED is a holding company whose subsidiaries publish 4 out of the top 15 newspapers in Italy and it commands leadership positions both in traditional newspapers and in the free press. CED is rapidly growing its presence in the internet segment with the online versions of its titles:,,,, and


Established in 1878, Il Messaggero is one of the oldest newspapers in Rome and is the most important newspaper in Rome and in the Lazio region. It has 13 editions: Rome, Urban area, Viterbo, Civitavecchia, Frosinone, Latina, Rieti, Pesaro, Ancona, Marche, Abruzzo e Umbria. In may 2007 an online version of the newspaper was launched with ; since may 2012 the newspaper has changed a new graphic version, easier to read and more dynamic, thus adding also a digital and multi-platform version .


Established in 1892, Il Mattino is the newspaper of Naples and commands absolute leadership in Campania. With 7 editions: Naples Northern urban area, Naples Southern urban area, Caserta, Benevento, Salerno and Avellino, Il Mattino is one of the most-read newspapers in Southern Italy, with a very strong tradition and deep roots in the local cultural environment. Today Il MAttino is available also online and in digital format.


Established in March 2001, Leggois the first free press newspaper in Italy. Leggo started being distributed in the main 15 cities in Italy: Roma, Milano, Torino, Napoli, Firenze, Bologna, Venezia, Padova, Verona, Genova, Como, Varese, Bergamo, Brescia and Bari. Since November 2011 the newspaper went through a restyling and became more in-depth, modern and rich in concept and pages (48 pages) and thanks to its strong relation with readers it became “Social Press”, with presence in two of the most important Italian cities, Milan and Rome. Leggo is widely distributed in railway and underground stations, airports, bars, hospitals, universities and other meeting points and it is very popular In its online version.



Established in 1887, Il Gazzettino is today on of the top 10 newspapers in Italy and by far the major daily newspaper in the North-East of Italy. The newspaper has 8 editions: Venice-Mestre, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Belluno, Vicenza-Bassano, Udine and Pordenone. Acquired by Caltagirone Editore Group in 2006, the newspaper has evolved from broadsheet to tabloid format and is today available both online and digital.


Established in 1860, Il Corriere Adriatico commands a leading position in the Marche region. In 2004 it has been acquired by Caltagirone Editore Group, thus receiving a further drive to its development through investment in technology which have led to an increased penetration in the Adriatic territory and the delivery of a more modern product. Since 2006 a color version has been launched, with 5 editions: Ancona, Pesaro, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, besides the online and digital versions.


Established in 1979, Il Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia is by far the most read newspaper in the Salento area. Since 2008 the newspaper is edited in full color version and is available today both online and digital


Established in 1988, Piemme is the third advertising agency in Italy based on average daily readers. The Group boasts a portfolio composed of: Newspapers, amongst the undisputed leaders in their respective territories; Social Press, a modern social platform which caters to youngsters and web users; online web sites for up-to-date information; aerial TV, with strong local presence. Piemme is undisputed leader in Central-Southern Italy.

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