A report on News agency and Agenzia Stefani

Reuters, Bonn 1988

Agenzia Stefani was the leading press agency in Italy from the mid-19th century until the end of World War II.

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Guglielmo Stefani founded the Agenzia Stefani, which became the most important press agency in Italy from the mid-19th century to World War II, in Turin in 1853.

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Reuters, Bonn 1988

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Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata

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The Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata (ANSA; literally "National Associated Press Agency") is the leading wire service in Italy.

In January 1945, three representatives of the major political forces of the Italian Resistance, Giuseppe Liverani, managing director of "Il Popolo" (The People), Primo Parrini, managing director of Avanti!, and Amerigo Terenzi, CEO of L'Unità, advanced the possibility to organize a news agency as a cooperative of newspapers, not controlled by the government nor private groups, replacing the work of the Agenzia Stefani, moved to Milan to meet the information needs of the Italian Social Republic.