The name of this newspaper (The Daily Facts) is a tribute to journalist Enzo Biagi. From 1995 until 2002 Biagi provided critical commentary on the political situation in Italy in a daily ten-minute programme called Il Fatto, but he was dismissed by the public television broadcaster RAI at the behest of Silvio Berlusconi, who was prime minister at the time. Il Fatto Quotidiano features articles written by renowned journalists like Marco Travaglio for relatively little money because it refuses to take advantage of the subsidies the Italian state offers to the media.
|Frequency of publication||Daily|
|Online payment model||Content partially fee-based|
|Publisher||Editoriale Il Fatto S.p.A.|
|Area of distribution||Nationwide|
|Address||Via Valadier 42, 00193 Rom|
|Phone||0039 06 32 81 81|