TGR

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TGR
Country of origin Italy
Original language(s) Italian[1]
No. of episodes N/A
Production
Running time 4 to 20 mins.
Release
Original network Rai Tre
Picture format 16:9 HDTV
Original release 1979 – present
External links
Website

TGR (Telegiornale Regionale) is the brand for Italian state-owned public broadcasting company Rai's regional news programmes. They are broadcast domestically on Rai Tre and Rai Radio 1. It was launched in 1979 as TG3 Regione, and was known as Rai Regione from 1987-1992 before adopting the current TGR name from 1992-1999 (when its name was changed to TG3 Regione again) and again from 2002 onwards. Today with about 800 journalists is Europe's largest broadcast news organisation.[citation needed].

Programme format[edit]

The programme is generally presented by a single newsreader with additional newsreaders for the sports news. Most items are made up of reports and are generally preceded and followed by the correspondent reporting live from the scene of the report. The Edizione Delle airs at around 23:30 but sometime a bit later. The programme is followed by a weather report known as Meteo.

Daily programme[edit]

Rai also produces other programmes with TGR brand, for a local or national audience

National programmes[edit]

Programm TV Channel Weekday Time Rai Local Branch Topic
TGR Buongiorno Italia (Good Morning Italy) Rai 3 From Monday to Friday (except in summer) 7 AM Coordinated by Milan and Naples with connections to others regional newsrooms National Information
TGR Leonardo Rai 3 From Monday to Friday 2:50 PM Turin Science
TGR Bellitalia (Beautiful Italy) Rai 3 Saturday 11 AM Florence Culture
TGR Prodotto Italia Rai 3 Saturday 11:30 AM Bologna and Milan Economy
TGR Ambiente Italia (Italy's Environment) Rai 3 Saturday 12:55 PM Turin Ecology
TGR Estovest (East West) Rai 3 Sunday 11 AM Bari and Trieste European Integration
TGR Mediterraneo (Mediterranean Sea) Rai 3 Sunday 11:25 AM Palermo Mediterranean Countries
TGR Regioneuropa (Region-Europe) Rai 3 Sunday 11:45 AM Rome Europe-Regions Relationships
TGR Piazza Affari (Business Square) Rai 3 From Monday to Friday 3:05 PM Milan Business, Stock Exchange, Economy
TGR Estovest Radio Radio 1 Sunday 06:05 AM Venice European Integration

Regional Programmes[edit]

Program TV Channel Weekday Time Topic
TG Regione (Regional tv newscast) Rai 3 Daily 2 PM Regional Information
7:35 PM
12:10 AM (Between saturday and sunday at 11:30/11:40 PM)
GR Regione (Regional radio newscast) Rai Radio 1 Daily 7:18 AM (except on sunday) Regional Information
12:10 PM (12:15 PM on sunday - except in summer) In some regions also at other times
18:30 PM (from monday to friday)
TGR Buongiorno Regione (Good Morning Region) Rai 3 From Monday to Friday (except in summer) 7:30 AM Regional Information
TGR Il Settimanale Rai 3 Saturday (in the summer a national edition is broadcast) 12:30 PM Information

History[edit]

TGR Piazza Affari launched it new opening on July 7, 2015 which was then later of TGR Regional newscast a little bit later on July 21, 2015 of most of them while some kept the same original opening which has a different sound when switching to a different opening of the newscast. Most of the news station set were changed mostly in August. TGR Buongirono Italia had a new graphics since it started airing Fall 2015.

Editors[edit]

Presenters[edit]

TGR Piazza Affari[edit]

From Monday to Friday at 15:10. Presenters:

  • Giancarlo Zanella
  • Paolo Gila
  • Laura Longo
  • Marzio Quaglino

TGR Buongiorno Regione[edit]

From Monday to Friday at 7:30am. Presenters:

Abruzzo: Danilo Fumienta, Alice Cercone, Monia Baldascino

Basilicata:

Calabria:

Campania:

Emila Romagna:

Friuli Venezia Giulia:

Lazio:

Lombardia: Camilla Manconi, Vera Paggi, Stefania Zane, Silvia Zerilli (newspaper reader), Valentina David (newspaper reader)

TGR L'Italia del Settimanale[edit]

TG Regione ore 14:00[edit]

Abruzzo: Monia Baldascino, Silvana Ferrante, Silvano Barone, Antimo Amore, Celeste Acquaffredda, Roberta Mancinelli,

Basilicata: Emilia Rettura, Valentina Dello Russo, Maria Rosa Monaco, Manuela Mele,

Calabria: Mara Martelli, Maria Vittoria Morano,

Campania: Annalisa Angelone, Marialaura Massa,

Emilia Romagna: Giovanna Greco, Antonio Farnè, Mattia Martini, Ivana Delvino,

Friuli Venezia Giulia: Gioia Meloni, Elisabetta Zaccolo, Andrea Covre,

Lazio: Giorgia Rombola', Isabella Di Chio,

Liguria: Michela Bellenzier, Enzo Melillo,

Lombardia: Michela Coricelli, Elena Scarrone, Giorgio Moro,

Marche: Francesca Piatanesi, Anna Francesca Mezzina, Annalisa Serpilli,

Molise: Marco Scoteroni,

Piemonte: Brunella Mascarino,

Puglia: Leonardo Zellino, Claudia Bruno (voice only),

Sardegna: Paola Mastino,

Sicilia: Roberto Gueli,

Toscana: Gianluca Vatti,

Trentino Alto Adige: Micol Pieretti, Rocco Cerone,

Umbria: Federcia Becchetti, Rosario Carello, Rosario Carello,

Valle d'Aosta: Elena Baiocco, Enrico Romagnoli,

Veneto: Ivana Godnik, Maria Pia Zori, Luca Ginetto, Barnaba Ungaro,

TG Regione ore 19:30[edit]

Lombardia: Camilla Manconi, Maria Giovanna Lorena, Paola Maria Anelli, Paola Colombo,

Abruzzo: Berardo Aurini, Monia Baldascino, Ezio, Cerasi,

Basilicata: Cinzia Grenci, Grazia Napoli, Manuela Mele,

Calabria: Carla Monaco, Gabriella d'Atri

Campania: Anna Teresa Damiano,

Emila Romagna: Matteo Merli,

Friuli Venezia Giulia: Gioia Meloni,

Marche:

Molise: Marco Scoteroni,

Veneto: Marco Marchesini

Valle d'Aosta: Silvia Tagliaferri,

Umbria: Antonella Marietti, Rosario Carello,

Trentino Alto Adige: Micol Pieretti, Rocco Cerone

Lazio: Isabella Di Chio

Liguria: Giorgio Giglioli, Maria D'Elia,

Piemonte: Brunella Mascarino,

TG Regione Notte[edit]

Abruzzo: Berardo Aurini, Monia Baldascino,

Basilicata: Cinzia Grenci, Grazia Napoli, Manuela Mele, Valentina Dello Russo, Debora Verde

Calabria: Carla Monaco, Gabriella d'Atri, Gennaro Cosentino,

Campani: Francesca Coppola, Anna Teresa Damiano, Carlo Carione, Lello Pierro, Adriano Albano, Adriano Albano,

Emilia Romagna: Mattia Martini, Matteo Merli, Roberto Nerozzi, Vincenzo Frenda,

Lombardia: Michela Coricelli, Camilla Manconi, Paola Maria Anelli, Paola Colombo, Maxia Zandonai,

Friuli Venezia Giulia: Giuliano Sadar, Andrea Vardanega, Marinella Chirico, Renato Orso, Mauro Coloni, Chiara Burtulo, Marco Lo Faro, Walter Turcovich, Paola Roncoletta,

Lazio: Antonella Pallante, Francesca Trapanotte, Marco Trivelli,

Liguria: Giorgia Giglioli

Marche:

Veneto: Ivana Godnik,

Valle d'Aostaa: Silvia Tagliaferri,

Umbria: Rosari Carello,

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Excluding TDD Furlanija-Julijska Krajina, the Slovenian edition for the Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Carinthia regions, and Tagesschau, the German edition for the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region.

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