De Biasio Danilo
Danilo De Biasio is the editorial director of Radio Popolare since November 2008. His collaboration with the radio station begins in 1982. In 1987, he became a professional journalist, and in 1993 is co-author (with Emanuele Bettini, Paolo Cucchiarelli, Marco Fraceti, Michela Maffezzoni) of the book Quel Marx di San Macuto (Fondazione Luigi Cipriani Editor). From 1992 to 1998 he is chief editor of Radio popolare and in 1999 he organizes the show that re-enacts the Massacre of Piazza Fontana. The program won the Premiolino award. In 2001, he organizes the live broadcast from Genoa for the G8 convention and the protest rallies. The work of the Popolare Network in Genoa will later become Cronache, a 5 cd box-case and photographic book that won the 2002 Piero Passetti award. From 2002 to April 2003 he is regent director of the radio station. Starting in September 2003 he hosted the daily radio show Microfono aperto. In April 2003 he became manager of Popolare Network as well as the radio website. From September to November 2004 he takes on the role of tutor and teacher in the Radio Radionica project, financed by the European Commission to facilitate the collaboration between ex Yugoslavia radio stations, and in November 2006 he curates the book Ma libera veramente (Kowalsky). Since September 2007 he is also Tutor of radio programming at the journalism course of the Scuola Walter Tobagi at the Università Statale in Milano. In January 2008 he’s once again regent director of Radio Popolare, besides manager of Popolare Network and the annexed websites, to then move to his current position of editorial director later in the same year. The Radio Popolare website won the Italy eContent award for best digital content in 2006.