Panorama - 21 May 2009
Italian | 117 pages | PDF | 7.66 MB
Panorama is a right wing Italian newsmagazine. It was founded in 1939 and closed one year later and refounded in 1962, and is currently owned by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi via Mondadori, the largest Italian publishing house. It is one of the two most prominent Italian weeklies, with a diffusion of 300.000, the other being L'Espresso. Maurizio Belpietro is its current director (succeeding to Pietro Calabrese) and Paolo Madron, Rita Pinci and Luciano Santilli its vice-directors. Former director of Panorama, Carlo Rossella, is now director of Medusa Film. Curiously, Panorama also publishes articles by The Economist, which has criticized several times Berlusconi.