QN – Quotidiano Nazionale features articles from Il Resto del Carlino, La Nazione and Il Giorno and distinguishes itself as one of the first cases of publishing glocalization within the landscape of daily newspapers.
Managing Director: Andrea Cangini
Total copies distributed in Italy: 277,894 (ADS 2013)
Total readers: 2,117,000 (Calculations based on data taken from Audipress 2015/I)
QN – Quotidiano Nazionale, with an impressive 38 editions gathered together from the single editions of Il Resto del Carlino, La Nazione and Il Giorno, is the third newspaper in Italy in terms of the number of copies circulated and number of readers.
The newspaper is characterized by its flexible editorial structure.
Starting in January 2014, QN – Quotidiano Nazionale is bending over backwards for its readers, by offering four distinct sections:
1st section: news from ITALY and the WORLD
2nd section: news from YOUR CITY
3rd section: SPORTS (QS – Sport)
4th section: INTERESTS and LIFESTYLE (QN the Weekly), section of 5/8 pages that looks to help the reader make informed choices, has daily sections scheduled as follows:
– Monday: Cars and Motors
– Tuesday: Design, Furniture, Hi-Tech and Leisure Time
– Wednesday: Tourism, Leisure Time and Food
– Thursday: Fashion and Beauty
– Friday: Finances and Family
– Saturday: Health and Wellness
Tel. +39 051 60 06 801
QN – Quotidiano Nazionale (Il Resto del Carlino, La Nazione, Il Giorno) is the third newspaper in Italy in terms of the number of copies circulated.
(Source: ADS 2013 – Italia)
2,117,000 readers* with a predominantly male readership, as is common for all newspapers.
(*The data of QN – Quotidiano Nazionale is taken from the sum of Il Resto del Carlino, La Nazione and Il Giorno after taking into account any reading duplications.)
50% of readers have a significant disposable income with an average monthly salary of more than 2,401€.
38% of readers are middle-aged (35-54 years old).