La Repubblica is a daily general-interest newspaper published in Italy. Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso formed it in 1976 in Rome, directed by Eugenio Scalfari, Carlo Caracciolo, and Arnoldo Mondadori Editore. .
In December 2015, the Corriere della Sera, an Italian daily newspaper published in Milan, had a daily circulation of 410,242 copies. Corriere della Sera, first published on March 5, 1876, is one of Italy's oldest newspapers and the country's most widely read.
Avvenire is an Italian daily newspaper published in Milan that is linked with the Catholic Church. Avvenire was created in Milan in 1968 as a combination of two Catholic newspapers: L'Avvenire d'Italia of Bologna and l'Italia of Milan.
La Verità is a daily Italian newspaper based in Milan, Italy. The daily has a conservative attitude and frequently promotes Catholic-inspired viewpoints, however it is fairly critical of Pope Francis. Since its inception in 2016, it has been edited by Maurizio Belpietro, who previously worked at il Giornale and Libero.
Italia Oggi is a daily Italian political, financial, legal, and fiscal newspaper that was founded in 1991. Class Editori, a financial publishing company, owns the paper. The newspaper was previously a member of the Ferruzzi Group. The paper's publisher is Italia Oggi Editore, which is based in Milan.
il Giornale is a daily Italian-language newspaper published in Milan, Italy. After various differences with the new pro-left editorial line adopted by the newspaper Corriere della Sera, where Montanelli had been one of the most important contributors, journalist Indro Montanelli launched the newspaper in 1974 with colleagues Enzo Bettiza, Ferenc Fejt, Raymond Aron, and others.
Libero, commonly known as Libero Quotidiano, is an Italian daily newspaper based in Milan, Italy. Libero was released in July of 2000. Vittorio Feltri, a journalist, is the company's creator. Editoriale Libero S.r.l. is the paper's owner and publisher.
Il Foglio is an Italian centrist daily newspaper that has a daily circulation of roughly 25.000 copies. Giuliano Ferrara, an Italian journalist and politician, formed it in 1996 after leaving his position as editor of the magazine Panorama. Claudio Cerasa has been in charge of the project since 2015.