La Voce (newspaper)

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La Voce
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Editor Indro Montanelli
Founded 22 March 1994
Political alignment Pro-Segni
Centre-right
Language Italian
Ceased publication 12 April 1995
Headquarters Via Dante, Milan, Italy

The La Voce was an Italian daily newspaper published in Milan from March 1994 to April 1995. It was founded by journalist Indro Montanelli after a disagreement with Silvio Berlusconi, at that time owner of the Il Giornale newspaper of which Montanelli had been the founder and editor in chief.[1][2][3] Montanelli would later rejoin Corriere della Sera as a columnist.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indro Montanelli". The New York Times. 26 July 2001. Retrieved 13 September 2013. 
  2. ^ Ruth Sullivan; David Short (1994), "Grand old man Montanelli gives Italians a new voice. (Indro Montanelli launches new Italian newspaper, La Voce)", The European (200): 19, ISSN 0959-9061 
  3. ^ Marco Travaglio (2004). Montanelli e il cavaliere. Storia di un grande e di un piccolo uomo. Garzanti. ISBN 8811600340.