Gazzetta dello Sport
Leading lineBased with Milan, Gazzetta , just like its competitors (Tuttosport with Turin and It Corriere dello Sport with Rome), privileges the clubs carrying the colors of this city. Gazzetta was thus particularly active at the time of the scandal of the matches faked in Serie has in 2006 which implied mainly the Juventus of Turin.
HistoryThe daily newspaper is created like twice-weekly the April 3rd 1896 at the time of the Olympic first Games of the modern era with Athens in 1896 following the fusion of the two sporting titles It Ciclista and Tripletta .
It is initially published on green paper clearly then on pink paper since 1899, from where the pink shirt of the winner of the Tour of Italy in cycling. The pink shirt makes its appearance on Giro in 1931. Gazzetta was as of its active creation on the level of the organization of sporting tests, especially in the cyclist field. Thus, as of its first number, one framed on first page announces the organization of a cycle race Milan-Monza-Lecco-Erba organized by the newspaper. On the French model of the Tour de France, Gazzetta installs the Turn of Italy in 1909 after having made of it the advertisement in its columns the August 7th 1908, capping on the post the Corriere beyond Will be which had a similar project.
Twice-weekly of 1896 with 1909, then triweekly after the first Turn of Italy in May 1909, the title becomes daily in 1913. During the First World War, Gazzetta limit its pullings and becomes again twice-weekly before finding a daily rate in 1919.
In 2005, Gazzetta remains the Italian sporting daily newspaper more sold with 335.284 specimens sold per day on average for 2866 subscribers in front of It Corriere dello Sport (237 333) and Tuttosport (112 384).
- 1896 - Eugenio Camillo Costamagna and Eliso Will rivet
- 1898 - Eugenio Camillo Costamagna and Roderico Rizzotti
- 1902 - Eugenio Camillo Costamagna
- 1913 - Arturo Mercanti then Edgardo Longoni
- 1914 - Ugo Toffaletti then Vittorio Varale
- 1922 - Emilio Colombo
- 1923 - Emilio Colombo, Adolfo Cotronei, Lando Ferretti, Armando Cougnet, Ermete Della Guardia, Pietro Petroselli (steering committee)
- 1924 - Emilio Colombo
- 1936 - Bruno Roghi
- 1943 - Ugo Toffaletti then Armando Cougnet
- 1944 - Emilio Colombo and Luigi Ferrario
- 1945 - Bruno Roghi
- 1947 - Emilio De Martino
- 1949 - Giuseppe Ambrosini
- 1950 - Giuseppe Ambrosini and Gianni Brera
- 1954 - Giuseppe Ambrosini
- 1960 - Giuseppe Ambrosini and Gualtiero Zanetti
- 1961 - Gualtiero Zanetti
- 1973 - Giorgio Mottana
- 1975 - Remo Grigliè
- 1976 - Gino Palumbo
- 1983 - Candido Cannavò
- 2002 - Pietro Calabrese
- 2004 - Antonio Di Rosa
- 2006 - Carlo Verdelli
- the official site of the newspaper
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