Front page, 10 December 2006
|Type||National daily newspaper|
|Publisher||Editrice La Stampa|
|Political alignment||Social liberalism|
|Headquarters||Via Marenco 32, Turin, Italy|
It was founded in 1867 with the name Gazzetta Piemontese. In 1895, the newspaper was bought (and by then edited) by Alfredo Frassati (father of Pier Giorgio Frassati), who gave it its current name and a national perspective. For criticising the 1924 murder of the socialist Giacomo Matteotti, he was forced to resign and sell the newspaper to Giovanni Agnelli.
Since May 26, 2006, it has published a monthly magazine: Specchio+ (Mirror). From January 26, 1999, to April 7, 2006, it was called Specchio and was published as a weekly magazine.
In the last years, many rumors were defused about the buyout of La Stampa by Italian publishers such as Caltagirone Editore, Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso and De Agostini. The editor of the paper is Mario Calabresi.
- Mario Calabresi (Editor)
- Massimo Gramellini (Vice-Editor)
- Roberto Bellato (Vice-Editor)
- Umberto La Rocca (Vice-Editor)
- Federico Geremicca (Vice-Editor, Rome)
Columnist & Journalists
- Massimo Gramellini (Columnist)
- Barbara Spinelli (Columnist)
- Mario Deaglio (Columnist)
- Lucia Annunziata (Columnist)
- Guido Ceronetti (Columnist)
- Mina (Columnist)
- Maurizio Molinari (Journalist)
- Stefania Miretti (Columnist)
- Roberto Beccantini (Columnist)
- Altiero Scicchitano (Columnist)
- Fiamma Nirenstein (Columnist)
- A. B. Yehoshua (Columnist)
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- Elisabetta Povoledo (29 September 2013). "New Turmoil for Italy Amid Resignation of 5 in Berlusconi’s Party". The New York Times (Rome). Retrieved 29 September 2013.
- Official website (Mobile) (Italian)
- lastampashop (Italian)
- Radio Nostalgia, the La Stampa-owned local radio station. (Italian)
- Historical archives of La Stampa(Italian)
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