Corriere Mezzogiorno Puglia e Matera

 
 
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It is a local supplement to the Corriere della Sera in the Apulia region, the city of Matera and the surrounding province.

Corriere del Mezzogiorno Puglia was founded under the direction of Marco De Marco and first distributed on 13 December 2000 with the Corriere della Sera.

This edition was set up following the success of the Campania edition. The desire to widen the presence of Corriere della Sera in the most significant cultural and economical areas of southern Italy was a key factor.

It is available from Tuesday through Sunday in the whole of Apulia, in the city Matera and the province of Matera. Like the papers it is based on, it aims to give voice to the most lively aspects of the 'real' Apulia. It has thus become the reference point for entrepreneurs, politicians, intellectuals and artists.

With more than 20 pages which are printed in colour, Corriere del Mezzogiorno Puglia, deals with themes relating to policy, local events, economy, sport and shows.

On Monday there is a special edition: Corriere Economia Mezzogiorno, which deals with subjects related to the economic realities of southern Italy.
 

FIRST APPEARED:
2000

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF:

Antonio Polito

FREQUENCE:
daily

CIRCULATION:
11,146 copies
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READERSHIP:
101,000 readers (adults)
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