Tuesday, January 3, 2012
From the Guardian media blog the flash that newspapers including Liberazione, a communist daily, L'Unita, the paper founded by Antonio Gramsci, Il Manifesto, an independent left-wing paper and Avvenire, a popular Catholic daily may face closure because the government must cut off subsidies to them. .It says the bulk of the closures will involve local papers across the country.
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