Gazzetta di Mantova

Gazzetta di Mantova is the most ancient newspaper in Italy: in fact it was first published back in 1664. Its current edition is the result of the innovation brought by the establishment of Editoriale Le Gazzette, whose goal was bring three historical newspaper back to life: Gazzetta di Modena, Gazzetta di Reggio and Gazzetta di Mantova. This last one was first published on March 1, 1981, followed by the other two a little time later. Since 1989 Editoriale Le Gazzette, then absorbed by Gruppo Finegil, added La Nuova Ferrara. The publisher hugely invested in technology for Le Gazzette: a centralized printing system produces national information pages for all the editions, whereas the local information is produced by the different local editorial staff with a certain number of pages. La Gazzetta di Mantova is just leader in the district of the city, with a well-defined identity and the winning principles of the local newspaper, such as being a service newspaper available to the city with no political ally. The Gazzette is credible and reliable, that's why it is the meeting point of all social classes and business in the district. On September 2014 Gazzetta di Mantova celebrated its 350 anniversary, a record in the local press world that turned it into the most ancient newspaper in Italy. The Gazzetta di Mantova approval reaches the 85% of the population living in the city and district who declare to read the local press.      

Head Editor Paolo Boldrini
Issues price €1,30

Press size

Manchette 1st page

Box 1st page

Minibox dx 1^ di cronaca loc

Minibox dx 1^ spec Manzoni

Mini quadrotto

Finestrella programmi tv

Double box 1st page

Finestrella orizzontale

Piedino meteo

Piede

Finestrella verticale

Quadrotto

2 columns

Quarter of a page

Maxi piede

Doppio piede

Maxi quadrotto

Horizontal half page

Junior page

Double junior

Page

Double half page

Double page

Vertical half page

Copys (total)

18.222

ADS 2017 (dati certificati anno)

Digital copy

922

ADS 2018 Media Ultimi 3 mesi

Readers

160.000

Audipress 2018.III