Cesare Cadeo

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Cesare Cadeo (2 July 1946 – 4 April 2019) was an Italian television presenter and journalist.

Biography

He began working at Canale 5 in 1981, as a correspondent and business consultant, appearing in the following year in Gol, a football program led by Enzo Bearzot, and Superflash, alongside Mike Bongiorno. In 1983 he led Five Album with Sandra Mondaini, a sort of summary of the Channel 5 television season 1982-1983. At that time he was also a commentator on many programs and sporting events, realizing as a correspondent a series of special services for the Buongiorno Italia program. his television career was particularly linked to the Mediaset networks. The well-known face of TV, called the "gentleman of the small screen", was an emblem of television in the 1980s. [1]

Canale 5 television station

Canale 5[kaˈnaːle ˈtʃiŋkwe] is an Italian free-to-air television network of Mediaset. It was the first private television network to have a national coverage in Italy in 1980. On 4 December 2012, Mediaset launched Canale 5 HD, a simulcast of Canale 5 in high-definition. Since January 2013, Canale 5 has been directed by Giancarlo Scheri.

Enzo Bearzot Italian footballer

Vincenzo "Enzo" Bearzot was an Italian professional football manager and former footballer, who played as a defender or midfielder. He led the Italian national team to victory in the 1982 FIFA World Cup.

Mike Bongiorno American-born Italian television host.

Michael Nicholas Salvatore Bongiorno was an Italian-American television host. After a few experiences in the US, he started working on Italian TV in the 1950s and was considered to be the most popular host in Italy. He was also known by the nickname il Re del Quiz, and the peculiarity of starting all his shows with his trademark greeting: Allegria!.

In 1984 he debuted as a conductor of Record, Super Record and Super Record Sport sports broadcasts on Channel 5, continuing to collaborate in the programs of Mike Bongiorno Superflash and Pentatlon. His experience as a sports journalist continued for the programs A year of sport and Cadillac and some sports sections for Buongiorno Italia and Studio 5. Also in this area, from 1989 to 1992 he conducted the second evening broadcast of Italia 1 Calciomania, alongside by Paola Perego and Maurizio Mosca. [2]

Italia 1 Italian television channel

Italia 1 is an Italian free-to-air television channel on the Mediaset network. It is oriented at young people.

Paola Perego is an Italian television host.

Maurizio Mosca Italian journalist

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From 1994 he presented on Rete 4 Good day with Patrizia Rossetti  [ it ], as well as numerous telepromo and telesales. In 1995 he was a regular guest on the Italia 1 Mai dire Gol program, acting as a surreal sent by a fake newsstand in connection with Gialappa's Band. In 1998 he conducted the program Fantasia on Canale 5, which was a quiz with the children in the spotlight. In 2001 he presented the cookery broadcast of Mezzogiorno cooking, with Lorenzo Battistello  [ it ]; in the same period he collaborated with the editorial staff of TG5. [3]

Rete 4 television station

Rete 4[ˈreːte ˈkwattro] is an Italian free-to-air television channel owned by Mediaset. Rete 4's main news programme is TG4, whose editor-in-chief is Gerardo Greco.

Gialappa's Band is the name used by Marco Santin, Carlo Taranto and Giorgio Gherarducci, the Italian trio of TV and radio commentators.

It then passed to RAI. In the spring of 2007 he conducted the Rai 2 reality show La sposa perfetto with Roberta Lanfranchi  [ it ], in which he also conducted a special episode of Furore on the tenth anniversary.

RAI Italys national public service

RAI – Radiotelevisione italiana (Italian pronunciation: [ˈrai ˌradjoteleviˈzjoːne itaˈljaːna]; commercially styled as Rai since 2000; known until 1954 as Radio Audizioni Italiane is the national public broadcasting company of Italy, owned by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

In 2008 he was a guest of Beppe Braida  [ it ] in the Miss Muretto beauty contest.

He appeared in the fifth season of Beijing Express with Patrizia Rossetti  [ it ] in a "teleshopping" that the competitors had to replicate. He died on April 4, 2019 after a long illness. [4]

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