Metro (Italian newspaper)
Front page (Turin edition), 6 October 2009
|Type||Free daily newspaper (Published from Monday to Friday)|
History and profile
Metro is published by Metro International. Ten separate editions are produced for the cities of Bergamo, Bologna, Genoa, Florence, Milan, Padua, Rome, Turin, Venice and Verona, with other special editions (Metro Mag, Metro Stadio, Metro Week).
It is the most read free daily newspaper in Rome and Milan and one of the most read nationally. It is also one of two major free newspapers in Italy, the other being Leggo. In the period of 2001-2002 Metro had a circulation of 414,000 copies. In 2012 the circulation of the paper was 1,463,000 copies.
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- Metro (Italy) Official website (Italian)
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