Italy

Directory of popular Italian online newspapers and e-edition sites. Breaking news, Politics, Lifestyle, Travel, Sports, e.t.c.


Il Secolo XIX

Il Secolo XIX

It was first published in the year 1886 and stands to be the first Italian color newspaper. It has a circulation figure of more than a hundred thousand. Thanks to it’s reader base, it is named as one of the most popular…
L’Unione Sarda

L’Unione Sarda

It is one of the oldest newspapers in Italy, having more than 125 years history. It covers the region of Sardinia. It was first published in 1889 as a single edition daily. It now expanded to four regional editions. It is…
La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

In order to cover the opportunity of being the first local newspaper in Bari, this newspaper was established and started publication in 1887.  In a short span it became a popular newspaper in South-Italy. It is one of the leading newspapers in the area…
Italia Oggi

Italia Oggi

It was first launched in the year 1991 by the Ferruzzi Group. It covers all aspects of news ranging from different columns such as finance, legal, political, international, regional, sports, e.t.c. At present, it is headquartered at Milan under the ownership of…
Il Tempo

Il Tempo

It is a popular Italian newspaper and it’s name translates to ‘Time’. It was first published by Renato Angiolillo with counter communist views and propaganda. Later, it was acquired by a builder who brought about dramatic changes in the paper. Since it’s inception, it’s…
Il Gazzettino

Il Gazzettino

It is one of the oldest newspapers in Italy which was established in the year 1887. It is a major newspaper publication in North East Italy covering 8 regions. It was recently acquired by a Rome based company for an undisclosed amount.…
l’Adige

l’Adige

It was first published in the year 1945 as a weekly newspaper. On the idea of Flaminio Piccoli who then worked as the editor-in-chief, it was converted into daily newspaper. It has now become the most successful newspaper in the region of Trentino.…
Avvenire

Avvenire

This newspaper was established after the merger of two Catholic magazines L’Avvenire d’Italia and l’Italia. It is a part and parcel of Vatican Council and has been maintained as it’s propaganda medium. It launched it’s online edition in 1998, which gained a…
Gazzetta del Sud

Gazzetta del Sud

It is one of the most popular newspapers based in Southern Italy. It was first published in 1952 by Uberto Bonino, a local businessman. It currently has the largest readership in Calabria and is estimated to be the third most…
Il Piccolo

Il Piccolo

It began publishing in the year 1881 by Teodoro Mayer, the then editor-in-chief of the newspaper. He supported the ideology that Trieste was a part of Italy and eventually led this newspaper to become the main publication in Trieste. It stopped printing during World War I…
L’Arena

L’Arena

This newspaper is one of the oldest publications in Italy which dates back to 1866. In it’s initial stage, Carlo Terron contributed a lot to it’s growth and rise in popularity. It’s track record continues till date with a circulation figure of…
Giornale di Sicilia

Giornale di Sicilia

It was established on 7 June,1860 under the name of ‘Giornale Officiale di Sicilia’. It is currently headquartered at Palermo and bags highest readership in Sicily. It publishes ten different versions which include separate concurrent editions for Sicily and Palermo regions. It…
Gazzetta di Mantova

Gazzetta di Mantova

It is one of the oldest newspapers in the world which is still in operation. It published it’s first edition in 1664 as an independent publication. It is currently published from Mantua and is owned by the Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso group.…
Quotidiano di Sicilia

Quotidiano di Sicilia

It began publishing in 1979 and covers the island of Sicily and neighboring counties. It is reported as independent in it’s principles and extreme in it’s journalistic values. It is published in the city of Catania and has an overall circulation of 21,500 copies.…
Alto Adige

Alto Adige

It began publishing in the year 1945 and was the first Italian newspaper in the South Tyrol region. It is available in three editions belonging to Trentino, Belluno and South Tyrol regions. Later, this newspaper was split into two publications called Corriere delle Alpi and…
La Nuova Venezia

La Nuova Venezia

This newspaper was established in 1984 as a regional daily. It covers local news along with editorial pages criticizing the local policies when ever necessary. It is a part of Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso, a leading publishing company in the country. Both the…
La Sicilia

La Sicilia

It was first published in 1945 in the Island of Sicily. Now it is the second-best selling newspaper in Sicily. It has offices in Catania and is legally registered at the court of Catania in 1948. The paper itself has conservative stance,…
Corriere dell ‘umbria

Corriere dell ‘umbria

It was established on 18 May,1983 and is now the main regional newspaper of Umbria. It is followed by thousands of regional readers for catching up with important updates, notices, classifieds, job notifications, weather and sports updates, obituaries, e.t.c. It is currently…
Il Tirreno

Il Tirreno

It was found in 1877 by the Ciano family, under the name of Il Telegrafo. The name was later replaced as Il Tirreno in 1945. At present, it is printed in Livorno and published in Tuscany and has a circulation of 54,900 copies.…
Il Centro

Il Centro

It was established on 3rd of July, 1986 by an independent owner. It was later acquired by Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso in 1993. It is currently one of the noted newspapers in Pescara, followed by thousands of people in the region. It’s…
Gazzetta di Modena

Gazzetta di Modena

It was founded in 1981 by an independent print media company. It is published from Modena, Italy with an independent stance by Finegal Editoriale S.P.A under the management of Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso. This company holds all the responsibilities to raise the paper…
Corriere Adriatico

Corriere Adriatico

It was founded back in 1860 to serve the region of Ancona. It is filled with attractive news columns, sports news, obituaries (Necrologi), Pesaro, Gossips, Economia (Economics), e.t.c and is followed by thousands of people in Ancona and the neighbouring…
La Nuova Sardegna

La Nuova Sardegna

It was founded in 1891 by Enrico Berlinguer and was later acquired by Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso in 1980. Currently, it has a circulation of about 59,300 copies (According to 2008 statistics). It currently published from Sassari and covers current affairs of the island…
Gazzetta di Parma

Gazzetta di Parma

It was founded in 1735 as a weekly newspaper and stands to be the oldest newspaper in Italy that survived till now. At present, it is published daily mainly focusing on events and updates of Parma. According to the sources, it…
La Provincia Pavese

La Provincia Pavese

It is headquartered at Pavia and is the main publication in that area.  With a circulation of about 15,700 copies, it is the most popular newspaper in Pavia. It is run by Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso with it’s subsidiary publisher Finegil, responsible for…
Gazzetta di Reggio

Gazzetta di Reggio

It was founded in the year 1860 and has been serving the Emilia-Romagna region since. It currently has a circulation of 10,500 copies and also has a sister publication named La Repubblica. It’s publisher Finegil Editoriale S.P.A is committed to make…