Il Tirreno

Il Tirreno is the leading newspaper in western Tuscany. It was first published on April 29, 1877, titled "Telegrafo", then changed into Tirreno at the end of the second world war, under the direction of Athos Gastone Banti. The most difcult moment in its history was in middle '70s: as the publisher decided to close the business, the editorial staff reacted organizing a cooperative and self-management, giving back new vitality to the newspaper until Gruppo L'espresso acquired it. Local editions of Il Tirreno are published in Livorno/Cecina, ed. Grosseto, ed. Lucca, ed. Massa, ed. Piombino, ed. Pisa/Pontedera, ed. Viareggio, ed. Prato/Pistoia/Montecatini/Empoli. The newspaper also informs about national and international news, with high quality content and reports. Tirreno approval reaches the 34% of the population living in Tuscany that state to read local press.   

 

Head Editor Luigi Vicinanza
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)

39.771

ADS 2017 (dati certificati anno)

Digital copy

1.431

ADS 2017 (dati certificati anno)

Readers

422.000

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