La Nuova Sardegna

Last updated

La Nuova Sardegna
La nuova sardegna.png
An edition from the late 19th century
Type Daily newspaper
FormatTabloid
Owner(s) Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso
Founded1891;130 years ago (1891)
Political alignment Centrism
Social liberalism
Language Italian
Headquarters Sassari, Italy
Circulation 42,300 (2014)
Website La Nuova Sardegna

La Nuova Sardegna is an Italian regional daily newspaper for the island of Sardinia.

Contents

History and profile

La Nuova Sardegna was founded in 1891 by Enrico Berlinguer, grandfather and namesake of Enrico Berlinguer, national secretary of the Italian Communist Party. The paper has its headquarters in Sassari. [1] La Nuova Sardegna was acquired by Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso in 1980.

The 2008 circulation of La Nuova Sardegna was 59,819 copies. [2] The Espresso Group reported that the circulation of the paper was 42,300 copies in 2014. [1]

Related Research Articles

Mario Berlinguer Italian politician

Mario Berlinguer was an Italian lawyer and politician. He descended from a noble Sardinian family of Catalan origins. As many of his ancestors, he belonged to the Italian Freemasonry and was Great Master of the regular lodge of Sassari, affiliated to the Grand Orient of Italy.

Enrico Berlinguer Italian politician

Enrico Berlinguer was an Italian politician, considered the most popular leader of the Italian Communist Party (PCI), which he led as the national secretary from 1972 until his death during a tense period in Italy's history, marked by the Years of lead and social conflicts such as the Hot Autumn of 1969–1970.

<i>la Repubblica</i> Italian daily newspaper

la Repubblica is an Italian daily general-interest newspaper. It was founded in 1976 in Rome by Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso and led by Eugenio Scalfari, Carlo Caracciolo and Arnoldo Mondadori Editore. Born as a radical leftist newspaper, it has since moderated to a milder centre-left political stance and, after the appointment of Maurizio Molinari as editor, a centrist and liberal stance.

<i>La Stampa</i> Italian daily newspaper

La Stampa is an Italian daily newspaper published in Turin, Italy. It is distributed in Italy and other European nations. It is one of the oldest newspapers in Italy.

<i>Público</i> (Portugal) Portuguese daily newspaper

Público is a Portuguese daily national newspaper published in Lisbon, Portugal.

<i>LEspresso</i>

L'Espresso is an Italian weekly news magazine. It is one of the two most prominent Italian weeklies; the other is Panorama.

<i>Il Piccolo</i>

Il Piccolo is the main daily newspaper of Trieste, Italy. Its name derives from the paper's original small format.

<i>Il Tirreno</i> Italian newspaper

Il Tirreno is a regional Italian newspaper, printed in Livorno and serving the Tuscany region. Il Tirreno also features sixteen local editions around the whole region.

GEDI Gruppo Editoriale

GEDI Gruppo Editoriale S.p.A., formerly known as Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso S.p.A. is an Italian media conglomerate, founded in 1955, based in Rome, Italy and listed on the Italian Stock Exchange.

<i>Il Giorno</i> (newspaper)

Il Giorno is an Italian-language national daily newspaper, based in Milan, Italy; it has numerous local editions in Lombardy.

<i>La Nazione</i>

La Nazione is one of the oldest regional newspapers in Italy, and was established on 8 July 1859. The paper is based in Florence.

<i>Messaggero Veneto – Giornale del Friuli</i>

Messaggero Veneto – Giornale del Friuli is an Italian local daily newspaper, based in Udine, Italy. It has the largest readership in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. The Monday edition is called Messaggero del Lunedì.

il Centro is an Italian language local daily newspaper based in Pescara, Italy.

Alto Adige is an Italian local daily newspaper, based in Bolzano. It is sold in South Tyrol and since 1999 also in the province of Belluno. Prior to 2000, the newspaper was published with three local editions, for South Tyrol, Trentino and Belluno, when was subdivided with two new local newspapers: Trentino and Corriere delle Alpi.

<i>Gazzetta di Mantova</i> Newspaper

Gazzetta di Mantova is an Italian language local daily newspaper published in Mantua, in northern Italy.

La Provincia Pavese is an Italian language regional daily newspaper and is the main paper of the province of Pavia.

La Nuova di Venezia e Mestre or simply La Nuova Venezia is an Italian language regional daily newspaper published in Italy.

Gazzetta di Reggio is an Italian language daily newspaper published in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

La Tribuna di Treviso is an Italian language regional daily newspaper published in Treviso, Italy.

References

  1. 1 2 "Local Newspapers". Gruppo Espresso. Archived from the original on 18 March 2015. Retrieved 15 March 2015.
  2. Data for average newspaper circulation in 2008 Archived 22 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine Accertamenti Diffusione Stampa.