David Messina (journalist)

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David Messina
Born David Messina
(1932-02-07)February 7, 1932
Palermo, Italy
Nationality Italian

David Messina (Palermo, February 7, 1932) is an Italian journalist and TV presenter.[1]

Career[edit]

In printed paper[edit]

Graduated in Law, he began his journalism career at L'Ora of Palermo as a police reporter. His abilities, thanks to which became professional at the end of 1965, are not neglected by the big names in journalism, having worked as a sports reporter in Tuttosport (as a correspondent in Sicily), he moved to Milan as a correspondent of the newspaper La Stampa, Corriere dello Sport and Gazzetta dello Sport, becoming one of the major brands of the newspaper.

In Television[edit]

In the late eighties collaborates with collaborates with Telemontecarlo, and after with Telelombardia founding programs here at Qui studio a voi stadio and Cartellino Rosso (Red Card). Abandoned Telelombardia went to 7 Gold rush of transmission Diretta Stadio, then he works with Play TV, Canale Italia (conducting various sports and current affairs programs) and Antenna 3.

Books[edit]

  • Sandro Mazzola vi insegna il calcio
  • Va Italia va
  • L'Italia di Arrigo Sacchi
  • Gioie, brividi, avventure-ecco la storia di 68 anni di mondiali

References[edit]

  1. ^ Storia Radio TV