dir. La Nazione
Giuseppe Mascambruno, born and raised in Tuscany in 1955, began his first collaboration with Italian daily La Nazione at the age of 16. He was hired in 1978 and worked in several provincial offices of the paper around the region, and later in Umbria. In 1995 he was appointed vice-editor of La Nazione, managing all eighteen local editions of the paper. Later on he worked on the new format of the Poligrafici Editoriale group’s publications, set as three newspapers La Nazione, Il Resto del Carlino and Il Giorno since the beginning of the new millenium. In that time he was appointed vice-editor of Il Giorno in Milan, and in 2003 he moved on to daily Quotidiano Nazionale QN, a project that produces all the national and international information for the three periodicals of the group. On December 6 of last year, exactly thirty years after entering the historic offices of via Paolieri in Florence, Mascambruno returned to La Nazione as editor, the 41st editor in the history of the paper, which celebrates 150 years in 2010.