A list of Italian newspapers for news and information on sports, politics, jobs, education, food, festivals, recipes, tourism, lifestyles, movies, travel, real estate, and business.
One of the largest Italian newspapers. la Repubblica published by Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso. The newspaper covering politics, economy, champion's league, formula one, tennis, basketball, festival, culture, art, science, technology, and more.
One of the top selling newspapers in Italy. The newspaper was established in 1876 and owned by RCS MediaGroup.
Leading Italian national daily newspaper based in Turin. The newspaper was founded in 1867 and owned by Fiat Group.
One of the most widely read newspapers in Italy. The newspaper published from various cities including Rome, Bergamo, Bari, Genoa, Florence, Milan, Turin, Naples, Bologna, Padua, Venice, Verona, Como, Brescia and Varese.
Italian free newspaper owned by Media Company Metro International. The newspaper was founded in 2001. The newspaper based in Milan, also published in Bergamo, Bologna, Genoa, Florence, Padua, Rome, Turin, Venice and Verona.
Italian sports newspaper owned by Sport Network.
Daily broadsheet format newspaper published in Rome, Italy. The newspaper was first printed in 1878 and owned by the Italian news media company Caltagirone Editore.
Daily Italian newspaper was founded in 1965. The newspaper owned by the Italian employers' federation Confindustria.
Italian local daily newspaper based in Bolzano, Italy. Local editon of the newspaper published in BellunoSouth Tyrol, and Trentino.
Compact format daily newspaper based in Rome, Italy.
Daily newspaper published in Palermo, Sicily, Italy.
Newspaper based in Pescara, Italy by Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso.
Rome based newspaper also published in Latina, Frosinone, Northern Lazio, Abruzzo and Molise.
Newspaper based in Milan, Italy and owned by Class Editori.
Daily newspaper based in Messina, Italy. The newspaper also published in Reggio Calabria, Cosenza, Catanzaro, Crotone, Lamezia, Vibo, Catania, Ragusa, and Siracusa.
Regional newspaper based in Mestre. The newspaper's local edition also published in Belluno, Venice, Treviso, Padua, Rovigo, Vicenza-Bassano, Friuli, and Pordenone.
Italian daily newspaper based in Milan, Italy.
Leading Italian-language newspaper based in Milan, Italy.
Italian regional newspaper based in Bologna, Italy. The newspaper was founded in 1885.
Local newspaper published in San Martino Buon Albergo, Italy.
Newspaper published in the island of Sardinia's capital Cagliari.
Tabloid format daily newspaper published in Bari, Italy.
Newspaper based in Trieste, Italy.
Regional newspaper published in Genoa, Italy. The newspaper was founded in 1886.
Founded in 1849 La Nazione is one of the oldest regional Italian newspapers.
Daily broadsheet format newspaper based in Trieste, Italy.
Sassari, Italy based local newspaper owned by Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso.
Naples based daily newspaper.
Daily newspaper published in Udine, Italy.
Newspaper published in Catania, Sicily. The newspaper was founded in 1945.
Italian based in Milan, Italy. The newspaper published Tuesday to Sunday.
Tuscany based newspaper owned by Italian Media conglomerate "Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso".
Italian sports newspaper published in Torino, Italy. The newspaper was founded in 1945 featuring football, basketball, volleyball, premier league, formula one, and other sports.
Daily compact format newspaper published in Rome, Italy. The newspaper was first printed in 1924.
One of the Italian-American community newspapers in USA.
Italian national news agency.
Elenco dei giornali Italiani per le informazioni sulle più recenti notizie, sport, spettacolo, storia, lavoro, cinema, cultura, divertimento, attività, eventi, istruzione, cibo, feste, ricette, turismo, viaggi, matrimonio, la proprietà e le imprese.See also