The Role Played by Italy in Media History: Its Historical Problems and Its Recents Innovations in Journalism and Television World

Müge Demir


The role played by italy in media history: its historical problems and its recents innovations in journalism and television world.Italy has had a great importance in terms of media in journalism from the middle ages to the present. You can see in this article that, the news letters which were used to inform people about the wars, kings, the important events in Rome Empires. These letters were hanging the city's walls of the Empire's in those days. In 21st century, ıt has established another empire in Italy which is called "Berlusconi's Media Empire!". I will explain that all the media history of Italy from the Middle Age to the 21st century.

Key words: Italian media history; Journalism; television.


Italian media history; Journalism; television



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