List of newspapers in Italy

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The number of national daily newspapers in Italy was 107 in 1950, whereas it was 78 in 1965.[1] There are also regional newspapers in the country some of which circulation is larger than that of national papers.[2]

National daily newspapers

List ordered by newspaper circulation, updated to March 2017.[3]

Newspaper Circulation Headquarters Est. Political alignment Nameplate
Corriere della Sera 242 684 Milan 1876 Centrism Corriere della Sera.svg
la Repubblica 198 835 Rome 1976 Social democracy La Repubblica logo.png
La Gazzetta dello Sport 161 796 Milan 1896 La Gazzetta dello Sport logo.svg
La Stampa 144 674 Turin 1867 Liberalism La Stampa.svg
Il Sole 24 Ore 108 437 Milan 1865 Economic liberalism
il Resto del Carlino 104 986 Bologna 1885 Conservative liberalism Logo carlino.gif
Il Messaggero 104 436 Rome 1878 Centrism
Avvenire 104 086 Milan 1968 Christian left Avvenire Logo.png
Corriere dello Sport 86 233 Rome 1924
La Nazione 78 643 Florence 1859 Conservative liberalism Logo La Nazione.gif
il Giornale 61 424 Milan 1974 Conservatism Il Giornale Logo.svg
Tuttosport 52 238 Turin 1945
Il Giorno 49 636 Milan 1956 Conservative liberalism
Il Mattino 38 556 Naples 1892 Social liberalism
Italia Oggi 38 453 Milan 1991 Economic liberalism
Il Fatto Quotidiano 36 221 Rome 2009 Anti-establishment
Libero 25 051 Milan 2000 Right-wing populism
La Verità 23 409 Milan 2016 National conservatism
Il Tempo 16 493 Rome 1944 Conservatism
il manifesto 9 095 Rome 1969 Communism

Local daily newspapers

List ordered by newspaper circulation, updated to March 2015.[3]

Newspaper Circulation Area Est. Nameplate
Il Gazzettino 60 348 Northeast Italy 1887 Il Gazzettino.svg
Il Secolo XIX 49 732 Liguria 1886
Il Tirreno 48 627 Tuscany 1877
L'Unione Sarda 44 414 Sardinia 1889
Dolomiten 43 417 South Tyrol 1882
Messaggero Veneto 42 892 Friuli 1946
L'Eco di Bergamo 40 155 Bergamo 1880
La Nuova Sardegna 37 894 Sardinia 1891
L'Arena 37 209 Verona 1866
Il Giornale di Vicenza 33 611 Vicenza 1915
Gazzetta di Parma 32 115 Parma 1735
Giornale di Brescia 31 787 Brescia 1945
La Provincia 27 378 Como 1892
Gazzetta del Sud 27 069 Southern Italy 1952
Il Piccolo 26 856 Trieste and Gorizia 1881
La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno 26 802 Southern Italy 1887
Giornale di Sicilia 25 009 Sicily 1860
Libertà 23 748 Piacenza 1883
La Sicilia 23 278 Sicily 1945
Gazzetta di Mantova 23 047 Mantova 1664
Quotidiano di Sicilia 22 285 Sicily 1979
L'Adige 21 602 Trentino 1945
Il Mattino di Padova 21 181 Padua 1978
Alto Adige 18 439 South Tyrol 1945
La Provincia di Cremona 17 101 Cremona 1947
Il Centro 15 652 Abruzzo 1986
La Provincia Pavese 15 189 Pavia 1879
La Nuova Venezia 12 844 Venice 1984
Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia 12 713 Apulia 1979
Corriere Adriatico 12 557 Marche 1860
La Tribuna di Treviso 12 431 Treviso 1978
Corriere dell'Umbria 11 212 Umbria 1983
Gazzetta di Reggio 9 984 Reggio Emilia 1860
Gazzetta di Modena 8 199 Modena 1972

Online newspapers

List ordered by Alexa ranking, updated to May 2015.

See also

References

  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" (Report). Turku School of Economics (Media Group). March 2007. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Federazione Italiana Editori Giornali". www.fieg.it.

Further reading

  • Giuseppe Ottino (1875), La stampa periodica, il commercio dei libri e la tipografia in Italia (in Italian), Milan: G. Brigola – via HathiTrust
  • Nicola Bernardini, ed. (1890). Guida della stampa periodica italiana (in Italian). Lecce: R. Tipografia editrice salentina dei fratelli Spacciante.
  • "Giornali e giornalisti", Almanacco Italiano (in Italian), Florence: R. Bemporad & figlio [it], 1896, pp. 431+
  • Annuario della Stampa Italiana (in Italian)
    • 1899 ed.
    • 1921 ed.
  • "Giornale e Giornalismo", Enciclopedia Italiana (in Italian), 1933
  • "Italy: the Press". Western Europe. Regional Surveys of the World (5th ed.). Europa Publications. 2003. p. 392+. ISBN 978-1-85743-152-0.
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