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The media environment is characterised by a strong television sector, a weak and declining print sector, and a growing use of internet and social media for news. TV news bulletins remain the main source of information for Italians, although the internet is growing in importance because of the role of social media and smartphones in discovering and consuming news. The TV market remains highly concentrated.
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Sector insights. Sam Silverwood Cope9 Jul Italy has had a legacy of being somewhat behind the curve when it comes to broadband penetration and usage.
The media environment is characterised by a strong television sector, a weak and declining print sector, and growing use of the internet and smartphones for news. Television viewing in Italy ranks among the highest in Europe and TV news bulletins remain the main source of information, not least because overall internet penetration is much lower than other developed countries. In terms of online news, most business models are based on advertising although there have been some experiments with paid content.
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This picture was unveiled by the president of communications watchdog AgcomAngelo Cardani, who yesterday presented the authority's annual report to the Italian parliament. Positive signs are also coming from the media market, where both TV and telecoms are returning to growth, while the publishing industry is limping along still, held hostage by a crisis that is now structural. In Italy, the internet is used less than the EU average for purchases, banking services and on-demand video.
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