La Stampa

Daily newspaper

La Stampa was founded in 1867 under the name Gazzetta Piemontese. Its motto was '"Frangar non flectar" (We want to fight, not submit). After criticising Mussolini's regime in 1924 La Stampa was sold at the fascists' behest to the Agnelli family, which was loyal to the regime. Its publisher Editrice La Stampa is now wholly owned and controlled by the holding company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, whose chairman is John Elkann, grandson of Giovanni Agnelli. The publisher Editrice La Stampa was controlled 100 percent by the holding company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) until 2015. In 2015 it merged with Società Edizioni e Pubblicazioni (SEP) to become Italiana Editrice (Itedi). FCA still holds 77 percent of the shares. In 2017 Itedi merged with the Il Gruppo editoriale l'Espresso publishing house , which published La Repubblica, to create one of Italy's largest publishing groups. It has a 20 percent share of the Italian print media market and is the leader in the digital sector.

Political orientation Liberal
Circulation 160,000 (2020)
Frequency of publication Daily
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Turin, Italy
Publisher Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso SpA
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1867
Address Via Lugaro 15, 10126 Turin
Phone 0039 01 16 56 81
Twitter @LaStampa