Il Messaggero – National with 9 local offices – 1.021.000 Readers *

Founded in 1878, it is the “historic” newspaper of the capital and boasts a leading position in Rome and Lazio. It has 9 local offices: Central (Rome), Milan, Frosinone, Latina, Rieti, Viterbo, Perugia, Terni, and Pescara. In May 2007 the online version of the newspaper was launched, In the autumn of 2012, the newspaper was the subject of a decisive restyling of the graphics that made it more usable for its readers and allowed the extension of content to different multimedia platforms.

Il Mattino – National with 5 local offices – Readers * 646,000

National with 5 local editors – Readers * 646,000
Il Mattino has been the Naples newspaper since 1892 and boasts absolute leadership in Campania. It has 5 local editors: Centrale (Naples), Avellino, Benevento, Caserta and Salerno. Il Mattino is the most widespread newspaper in the South, with a strong tradition of secular tradition and a broad territorial rooting. Even the Morning is available in the online and digital version.

Il Gazzettino – National *with 8 local offices – 575,000 Readers *

Founded in 1887, by diffusion the Gazzettino is among the first 10 Italian information newspapers and by far the main newspaper of the Triveneto. It has 8 local offices: Central (Venice-Mestre), Venice, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Belluno, Pordenone, and Udine. Once part of the Caltagirone Editore group in 2006, the newspaper is now also available in an online and digital version.

Corriere Adriatico – Regional with 5 local offices – 288,000 Readers *

Founded in 1860, Il Corriere Adriatico boasts a dominant position in the Marche region. He joined the Caltagirone Editore group in 2004, receiving a further impulse to his constant development. Since 2006 in full color has 5 local editors: Central (Ancona), Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata and Pesaro in addition to the online and digital version.

Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia – Pluri-provincial with three local offices – 236,000 Readers *

Founded in 1979, the Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia is by far the most widespread newspaper in the Ionian area of Salento. It has three local offices: Central (Lecce), Brindisi and Taranto. Since 2008 the newspaper comes out in full color and is now also available in digital version.

National distribution in Rome and Milan – 643,000 Readers *

Born in March 2001, it is the first Italian social press. The printed version is distributed in Rome and Milan. Moreover, its online version was born in 2009, and owes its success to its social fan base, of over one million users, which is among the most active in the 2.0 Italian scene.

* Source: Audipress 2017 / II Survey

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