List of newspapers in Italy

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This is a list of newspapers in Italy.

The number of daily print newspapers in Italy was 107 in 1950, whereas it was 78 in 1965.[1] It has further declined since and 68 are listed in this article: 17 national newspapers, 48 regional or local newspapers (some of which have a larger circulation than most national ones) and 3 sports newspapers.[2] The total circulation (both in print and digital) of the 56 newspapers tracked by Accertamenti Diffusione Stampa (ADS) was 1,947,230 in January 2022, down from 2,292,549 for 57 newspapers in January 2020.[3]

National[edit]

Listed according to circulation, updated to June 2022.[3]

Newspaper Circulation Headquarters Est. Orientation
Corriere della Sera 255,225 Milan 1876 Liberalism
La Repubblica 134,410 Rome 1976 Progressivism
Il Sole 24 Ore 131,427 Milan 1865[4] Liberalism
La Stampa 96,301 Turin 1867 Social liberalism
Avvenire 96,029 Milan 1968 Christian democracy
Il Fatto Quotidiano 49,372 Rome 2009 Left-wing populism
La Verità 34,909 Milan 2016 Right-wing populism
Il Giornale 32,218 Milan 1974 Liberal conservatism
Libero 20,426 Milan 2000 National conservatism
Italia Oggi 18,334 Milan 1991 Liberal conservatism
Il manifesto 12,368 Rome 1969 Socialism
MF Milano Finanza n.a. Milan 1989 Liberal conservatism
Domani n.a. Rome 2020 Social liberalism
Il Foglio n.a. Rome 1996 Liberalism
Il Riformista n.a. Rome 2002 Social liberalism
Il Dubbio n.a. Rome 2016 Liberalism
La Notizia n.a. Rome 2013 Populism

Regional/local[edit]

Listed according to circulation, updated to June 2022.[3]

Newspaper Circulation Headquarters Est. Area
Il Resto del Carlino 66,671 Bologna 1885 Emilia-Romagna, Marche, southern Veneto
Il Messaggero 67,898 Rome 1878 Lazio, Marche, Umbria, Abruzzo
Il Gazzettino 47,326 Venice 1887 Veneto, western Friuli-Venezia Giulia
La Nazione 43,473 Florence 1859 Tuscany, Umbria, eastern Liguria
Dolomiten 35,237 Bolzano 1882 South Tyrol
L'Eco di Bergamo 31,182 Bergamo 1880 Province of Bergamo (Lombardy)
Messaggero Veneto 30,011 Udine 1946 western Friuli-Venezia Giulia
L'Unione Sarda 29,946 Cagliari 1889 Sardinia
Il Secolo XIX 26,883 Genoa 1886 Liguria, southern Piedmont
Il Tirreno 25,253 Livorno 1877 Tuscany
Giornale di Brescia 24,681 Brescia 1945 Province of Brescia (Lombardy)
Il Mattino 23,823 Naples 1892 Campania
Gazzetta di Parma 23,396 Parma 1735 Province of Parma (Emilia-Romagna)
L'Arena 22,821 Verona 1866 Province of Verona (Veneto)
La Nuova Sardegna 21,390 Sassari 1891 Sardinia
Il Giornale di Vicenza 20,726 Vicenza 1915 Province of Vicenza (Veneto)
L'Adige 20,152 Bolzano 1945 South Tyrol
Il Giorno 19,583 Milan 1956 Lombardy
La Provincia 19,386 Como 1892 northern Lombardy
Il Piccolo 15,510 Trieste 1881 eastern Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Libertà 15,366 Piacenza 1883 Province of Piacenza (Emilia-Romagna)
Gazzetta di Mantova 13,448 Mantua 1664 Province of Mantua (Lombardy)
Il Mattino di Padova 12,778 Padua 1978 Province of Padua (Veneto)
La Provincia di Cremona 11,327 Cremona 1947 Province of Cremona (Lombardy)
Gazzetta del Sud 11,152 Messina 1952 north-western Sicily, Calabria
Quotidiano di Sicilia 10,720 Catania 1979 Sicily
Corriere Adriatico 9,773 Ancona 1860 Marche
La Sicilia 9,260 Catania 1945 Sicily
Il Centro 9,237 Pescara 1986 Abruzzo
Alto Adige 8,168 Bolzano 1945 South Tyrol
Il Tempo 8,020 Rome 1944 Lazio, Umbria
Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia 7,909 Lecce 1979 southern Apulia
La Provincia Pavese 7,877 Pavia 1879 Province of Pavia (Lombardy)
La Tribuna di Treviso 7,735 Treviso 1978 Province of Treviso (Veneto)
Giornale di Sicilia 7,168 Palermo 1860 Sicily
Gazzetta di Reggio 6,048 Reggio Emilia 1860 Province of Reggio Emilia (Emilia-Romagna)
La Nuova Venezia 5,820 Venice 1978 Province of Venice (Veneto)
Gazzetta di Modena 5,632 Modena 1859 Province of Modena (Emilia-Romagna)
Corriere dell'Umbria 5,278 Perugia 1983 Umbria
La Nuova Ferrara 4,651 Ferrara 1989 Province of Ferrara (Emilia-Romagna)
Corriere delle Alpi 4,468 Belluno 1978 Province of Belluno (Veneto)
Editoriale Oggi 3,217 Frosinone 1988 Lazio
Trentino n.a. Trento 1945 Trentino
Roma n.a. Naples 1862 Campania
Neue Südtiroler Tageszeitung n.a. Bolzano 1996 South Tyrol
Il Quotidiano del Sud n.a. Castrolibero 1995 Calabria, Basilicata, Campania
La Voce di Rovigo n.a. Rovigo 2004 Province of Rovigo (Veneto)
Primorski dnevnik n.a. Trieste 1945 Slovene minority in Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Sports[edit]

Listed according to circulation, updated to June 2022.[3]

Newspaper Circulation Headquarters Est.
La Gazzetta dello Sport 113,043[5] Milan 1896
Corriere dello Sport – Stadio 42,893[6] Rome 1924
Tuttosport 24,837[7] Turin 1945

Publishers[edit]

Some media companies publish several newspapers:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pippa Norris (Fall 2000). "Chapter 4 The Decline of Newspapers?". A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Societies (PDF). New York: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
  2. ^ "European Publishing Monitor" (PDF). Turku School of Economics (Media Group). March 2007. Archived from the original (Report) on 10 October 2017. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
  3. ^ a b c d "ADS - Accertamenti Diffusione Stampa".
  4. ^ The newspaper started as Il Sole in 1865 and was merged with 24 Ore, started in 1933, in order to form the current newspaper, in 1965.
  5. ^ On Mondays 108,446.
  6. ^ On Mondays 44,111.
  7. ^ On Mondays 24,179.

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