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Marzia Gazzetta

Marzia Gazzetta (Monselice, 31 August 1967) is an Italian former Middle distance runner.==Biography==In her career she won one time national championships on 1500 metres indoor (1991). She has 15 caps in national team.==External links==Category:Italian female middle-distance runners read more

La gazzetta

''La gazzetta, ossia Il matrimonio per concorso'' (''The Newspaper, or The Marriage Contest)'' is an opera buffa by Gioachino Rossini. The libretto was by Giuseppe Palomba after Carlo Goldoni's play ''Il matrimonio per concorso'' of 1763.The opera satirizes the influence of newspapers on people's lives. There is critical disagreement as to its success, although the New England Conservatory's notes for their April 2013 production state that the opera "was an immediate hit, and showed Rossini at his... read more

Gazzetta Ufficiale

The ''Gazzetta Ufficiale della Repubblica Italiana'' (Italian, trans. ''Official Gazette of the Italian Republic'') is the official journal of record of the Italian government. It is published by the Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato in Rome.==Function==The ''Gazzetta Ufficiale'' promulgates acts of the Italian Parliament (comprising the Senate of the Republic and Chamber of Deputies) and Decrees of the President of the Republic.''Approvazione del testo unico delle disposizioni sulla promulgazione... read more

Gazzetta TV

Gazzetta TV was an Italian terrestrial television channel owned by RCS MediaGroup, specialized in sports broadcastings edited of the editorial staff of the La Gazzetta dello Sport, Italian sports newspaper.Launched on 26 February 2015, it forwarded all the matches of the Copa América 2015 live exclusively in Italy.http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/Campionati-Esteri/05-06-2015/copa-america-show-11-giugno-diretta-esclusiva-gazzettatv-canale-59-dtt-12043221386.shtmlThe channel it closed on Jan. 6, 2016... read more

Gazzetta del Popolo

''Gazzetta del Popolo'' was an Italian daily newspaper founded in Turin on 16 June 1848. It ceased publication on 31 December 1983 after 135 years of operation.Paul Murialdi, ''History of Journalism'', Oxford University Press Italian novelist Alberto Moravia is among former contributors of the paper.==External links==Category:1848 establishments in the Kingdom of SardiniaCategory:1983 disestablishments in ItalyCategory:Publications established in 1848Category:Publications disestablished in 1983 read more

Gazzetta di Mantova

''Gazzetta di Mantova'' is an Italian language local daily newspaper published in Mantua, in northern Italy.==History and profile==''Gazzetta di Mantova'' was established in 1664 making it one of World's oldest newspapers still existing. The paper has its headquarters in Mantua. The owner of the paper is Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso. The paper has an independent political stance.The circulation of ''Gazzetta di Mantova'' was 34,000 copies in 2007. In 2013 Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso claimed... read more

Gazzetta di Modena

''Gazzetta di Modena'' is a morning daily newspaper that serves the city of Modena and its similarly named province in Italy. ==History and profile==''Gazzetta di Modena'' was established in 1981. It is part of the Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso media conglomerate. The paper is based in Modena and is published by Finegal Editoriale S.P.A. ''Gazzetta di Modena'' has an independent political stance.==External links==Category:Publications established in 1981 read more

La Gazzetta dello Sport

''La Gazzetta dello Sport'' (The Sports Gazette) is an Italian newspaper dedicated to coverage of various sports. It is the most widely read daily newspaper in Italy as of 2016.!==History and profile==''La Gazzetta dello Sport'' was first published on 3 April 1896, allowing it to cover the first modern Olympic Games held in Athens. The paper is based in Milan. Its role extends beyond news reporting and features, to direct involvement in major events, including (since 1909) organization of the Giro... read more

Gazzetta Chimica Italiana

The ''Gazzetta Chimica Italiana'' was an Italian peer-reviewed scientific journal in chemistry. It was established in 1871 by the Società Chimica Italiana, but in 1998 publication ceased and it was merged, together with some other European chemistry-related journals, to form the ''European Journal of Organic Chemistry'' and the ''European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry''.== External links ==Category:Publications established in 1871Category:Publications disestablished in 1997Category:1997 disestablishments... read more

La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

''Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno'' is an Italian daily newspaper, founded in 1887 in Bari, Italy. It is one of the most important newspapers published in Southern Italy with most of its readers living in Apulia and Basilicata.==History and profile==''Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno'' was first published on 1 November 1887 in Bari, Italy by the magazine editor Martino Cassano to fill the niche for a local newspaper in Bari despite Apulia's high rate of illiteracy; it measured at 70% in 1905. Originally published... read more

Gazzetta del Sud

''Gazzetta del Sud'' is an Italian language regional daily newspaper for the south of Italy. The paper is published in Messina.==History and profile==''Gazzetta del Sud'' was founded in 1952 in Messina, Sicily by the Italian businessman and member of Liberal Party Uberto Bonino. Since 2006, it has been published in tabloid format. The paper has an independent political stance.''Gazzetta del Sud'' is one of the most important newspapers published in Southern Italy; has the largest readership in Calabria... read more

Gazzetta di Parma

''Gazzetta di Parma'' is an Italian language daily newspaper published in Parma, Italy. It is the oldest daily newspaper in the country.==History and profile==''Gazzetta di Parma'' was established as a weekly newspaper in 1735. Early contributors included Giovanni Guareschi, Giuseppe Verdi, Arturo Toscanini, Alberto Bevilacqua, Luca Goldoni and Leonardo Sciasci. The daily focuses on local news related to Parma.The circulation of ''Gazzetta di Parma'' was 43,000 copies in 2007.==External links==Category:Publications... read more

Gazzetta di Reggio

''Gazzetta di Reggio'' is an Italian language daily newspaper published in Reggio Emilia, Italy.==History and profile==''Gazzetta di Reggio'' was founded in 1860. The paper serves for the Emilia-Romagna region and is based in Reggio Emilia. It is part of the Espresso Group which also owns ''La Repubblica'' and various regional newspapers. The publisher is Finegil Editoriale S.P.A. The paper has an independent political stance.The circulation of ''Gazzetta di Reggio'' was 14,000 copies in 2007. In... read more

Gazzetta di Milano

Front page of the 1 January 1825 editionThe ''Gazzetta di Milano'' (also known as the ''Gazzetta privilegiata di Milano'' from 1830 to 1848) was an Italian newspaper published in Milan from 1816 until 1875. It was the official newspaper of the Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia (a domain of the Austrian Empire) from 1816 until 1859. Its first editor was the Venetian author and critic . After his death in 1831, it was run for two years by his son, Giovanni Giacomo Pezzi (1805–1869) who went on to found... read more

Gianni Merlo

Giovanni "Gianni" Merlo (born 16 April 1947) is an Italian sports journalist, reporter at La Gazzetta dello Sport and a president of International Sports Press Association, AIPS . read more

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