Musica e Dischi
|First issue||October 1945|
|Final issue||March 2010|
Musica e Dischi is the oldest and most important music industry publication in Italy. It was founded in October 1945 in Milan, Italy on the initiative of the journalist and musicologist Aldo Mario De Luigi, a former senior record of VCM (now EMI Italy). In the beginning, the magazine was published with the name Musica (Dischi was added on the second edition) on a monthly basis. Musica e Dischi later issued a list of best-seller music recordings nationally, which became the first official music chart in Italy. On its 735th edition on December 2009, Musica e Dischi director Mario De Luigi announced that they would publish an online magazine since March 2010 and stop the publication of physical magazine after 65 years.
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- "Cambia Musica e Dischi: da marzo solo in formato digitale (e in abbonamento)" (in Italian). Rockol.it. 29 November 2009. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
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