Italy Newspapers

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List of Italian newspapers and news websites

  • Il Tempo: Rome based newspaper also published in Latina, Frosinone, Northern Lazio, Abruzzo and Molise.
  • ItaliaOggi: Newspaper based in Milan, Italy and owned by Class Editori.
  • Gazzetta del Sud: Daily newspaper based in Messina, Italy. The newspaper also published in Reggio Calabria, Cosenza, Catanzaro, Crotone, Lamezia, Vibo, Catania, Ragusa, and Siracusa.
  • la Repubblica: la Repubblica is one of the largest Italian newspapers.
  • Corriere della Sera: Leading Italian daily newspaper based in Milan.
  • La Stampa: Italian national daily newspaper based in Turin.
  • Leggo: One of the most widely read newspapers in Italy.
  • Metro: Italian free newspaper owned by Media Company Metro International.
  • Il Messaggero: Daily broadsheet format newspaper published in Rome, Italy.
  • Il Sole 24 Ore: Daily Italian newspaper owned by the Italian employers’ federation Confindustria.
  • Alto Adige: Bolzano based newspaper also published from BellunoSouth Tyrol, and Trentino.
  • La Gazzetta dello Sport: Popular Italian sports newspaper. The newspaper featuring Italian soccer, golf, baseball, basketball, and more. La Gazzetta dello Sport’s based in Via Solferino, 28, Milan, Italy.
  • Il Fatto Quotidiano: Compact format daily newspaper based in Rome, Italy.
  • Giornale di Sicilia: Daily newspaper published in Palermo, Sicily, Italy.
  • Il Centro: Newspaper based in Pescara, Italy by Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso.
  • Corriere dello Sport – Stadio: Italian sports newspaper owned by Sport Network.
  • Il Gazzettino: Regional newspaper based in Mestre. The newspaper’s local edition also published in Belluno, Venice, Treviso, Padua, Rovigo, Vicenza-Bassano, Friuli, and Pordenone.
  • il Giornale: Italian daily newspaper based in Milan, Italy.
  • Il Giorno: Leading Italian-language newspaper based in Milan, Italy.
  • il Resto del Carlino: Italian regional newspaper based in Bologna, Italy. The newspaper was founded in 1885.
  • Democratica
  • Libero (Milan)
  • Il Foglio
  • L’Arena: Local newspaper published in San Martino Buon Albergo, Italy.
  • L’Unione Sarda: Newspaper published in the island of Sardinia’s capital Cagliari.
  • La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno: Tabloid format daily newspaper published in Bari, Italy.:
  • Il Piccolo: Newspaper based in Trieste, Italy.
  • Il Secolo XIX: Regional newspaper published in Genoa, Italy. The newspaper was founded in 1886.
  • Il manifesto
  • La Nazione: Founded in 1849 La Nazione is one of the oldest regional Italian newspapers.
  • Avvenire: Daily broadsheet format newspaper based in Trieste, Italy.
  • La Nuova Sardegna: Sassari, Italy based local newspaper owned by Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso.
  • Il Mattino: Naples based daily newspaper.
  • La Sicilia: Newspaper published in Catania, Sicily. The newspaper was founded in 1945.
  • Corriere dell’Umbria
  • Corriere Adriatico
  • l’Adige
  • stol.it
  • Messaggero Veneto – Giornale del Friuli: Daily newspaper published in Udine, Italy.
  • Il Tirreno: Tuscany based newspaper owned by Italian Media conglomerate “Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso”.
  • Tuttosport: Italian sports newspaper published in Torino, Italy. The newspaper was founded in 1945 featuring football, basketball, volleyball, premier league, formula one, and other sports.
  • l’Unità: Daily compact format newspaper published in Rome, Italy. The newspaper was first printed in 1924.
  • Italian Tribune: One of the Italian-American community newspapers in USA.
  • Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata (ANSA): Italian national news agency.
  • Adnkronos International (AKI) News agency.