Il Tempo

Il Tempo (meaning Time in English)[1] is a daily Italian newspaper published in Rome, Italy.

Il Tempo
Front page (National edition), 16 December 2008
TypeNational daily newspaper
FormatBerliner
Owner(s)Domenico Bonifaci
EditorGian Marco Chiocci
Founded1944 (1944)
Political alignmentConservatism
LanguageItalian
HeadquartersPiazza Colonna 366, Rome, Italy
Circulation50,651 (2008)
ISSN0391-6995
WebsiteIl Tempo

History and profile

Il Tempo was founded in Rome by Renato Angiolillo in 1944.[1][2] At the initial phase the newspaper was a conservative publication and had an anti-communist stance.[1] The paper publishes the Rome edition (available nationally) and other five local editions (Latina, Frosinone, Northern Lazio, Abruzzo and Molise).

In 1996 the former owner, Caltagirone Editore, sold the newspaper to the Italian builder Domenico Bonifaci. On 4 October 2007 the paper switched from broadsheet format to Berliner.[2] Domenico Fisichella, an Italian academic and politician, is among the contributors of the daily.[3]

The 2008 circulation of Il Tempo was 50,651 copies.[4]

Editors

  • Renato Angiolillo (4 June 1944 - 16 August 1973)
  • Gianni Letta (17 August 1973 – 1987)
  • Gaspare Barbiellini Amidei (1987 - 30 May 1989)
  • Franco Cangini (1 June 1989)
  • Marcello Lambertini
  • Gianni Mottola
  • Maurizio Belpietro
  • Giampaolo Cresci
  • Mauro Trizzino
  • Giuseppe Sanzotta
  • Mino Allione
  • Franco Bechis
  • Gaetano Pedullà
  • Giuseppe Sanzotta
  • Roberto Arditti
  • Mario Sechi
  • Sarina Biraghi
  • Gian Marco Chiocci current editor
    • Sarina Biraghi current co-editor

References

  1. "Il Tempo". Britannica Encyclopedia. Retrieved 24 November 2014.
  2. "Il Tempo moves to Berliner format with new Goss Universal press". Bespoke. Retrieved 9 February 2015.
  3. Peggy Polk (14 May 1994). "New Italy Leaders Prefer`Post-fascist' Label". Chicago Tribune. Rome. Retrieved 20 March 2015.
  4. Data for average newspaper circulation. Survey in 2008 in Italy Archived 22 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine Accertamenti Diffusione Stampa


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