Messaggero Veneto

Il Messaggero Veneto was first published on May 24, 1946 as the newspaper of Udine and Venezia Giulia area. In 1968 it's been the first newspaper in Italy to indroduce the cold pages composition. It kept up with editorial technological develop, so that it reached those areas mostly affected by the earthquake in 1976, turning itself into the voice of that population. It was for years an original editorial formula between the magazine and the typical newspaper, which is exactly what it is today, with a balanced relation of local information pages to national or international news. This new formula achieved readers approval and had spread the circulation all over the region. Il Messaggero Veneto has two local edition in Udine and Pordenone; its approval reached the 46% of the population living in Friuli Venezia Giulia that state to read local press.  

Head Editor Omar Monastier
Issues price €1,20

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


Finestrella verticale


2 columns

Quarter of a page

Maxi piede

Doppio piede

Maxi quadrotto

Horizontal half page

Junior page

Double junior


Double half page

Double page

Vertical half page

Copys (total)


media mese 2019 ADS

Digital copy


ADS 2017 (dati certificati anno)