With the contribution of the editorial staff:
Il Quotidiano del Sud, present with its daily information for over 20 years in the territories of Calabria, Basilicata, Puglia (Murge) and Campania (Irpinia, Salerno-Cilento), in April 2019 published l'Altravoce dell'Italia, edition conceived and directed by Roberto Napoletano, former director of Il Messaggero and Il Sole24ore, and distributed in its paper version, as well as in the four regions in which the local editions are published, also in Milan, Rome, Bologna, Naples and Bari.
With l'Altravoce dell'Italia, Il Quotidiano del Sud has been for a year and a half a newspaper of opinion and journalistic inquiries that has marked the national debate with the truth operation on the distortions of Italian public spending that led to the opening of a parliamentary committee of inquiry chaired by Carla Ruocco and which has been publicly signed by the Head of Government, by the competent Ministers, and by the main economic, statistical and accounting institutions of the Italian Republic. A series of reports and investigations have fuelled a strong debate and, in some cases, have led to the opening of high-impact judicial investigations. They covered the life of the institutions, geopolitics, the anomalies of Italian regionalism and the big state affairs, the bad bureaucracy, the world of public and private production, the media, the big and small corrupts of the two Italie, but also the many university excellence, entrepreneurial, scientific, tourist, agricultural, cultural and the powerful human capital of talented young people of a South that no one wants to see.
L'Altravoce dell'Italia tells every day the great facts of politics, economics, finance and Italian society, the great facts of the North and South of the world and the changes of Europe with the eyes of our South and the standards of Anglo-Saxon journalism made of news analysis and comparative-competitive rigor.
A choice of identity information that wants to unite not to divide Italy. Which is that of a South never sup that claims the rights trampled upon, but knows and fulfills its duties. Who leads civil and legal battles. Who wants to give the North and South of the country its only prospect of development. That wants to give back to Italy the lost leadership in the Mediterranean and Europe the geopolitical role that it has. It does so with the contribution of economists, financial analysts, internationalists, historians, jurists, political scientists and, above all, with the know-how of well-known Italian and investigative journalists. It also offers its readers a tool of daily work, with a regulatory section that addresses the bureaucracies of local authorities and the business community, consulting and financial that wants to invest in the South. Finally, the great culture, the popular one, with the Mimì Sunday insert and a special Monday, the first newspaper entirely written by twenty years, with a Monday movie insert.
With the direction of Roberto Napoletano write permanently for l'Altravoce dell'Italia: Alberto Negri, Fabrizio Galimberti, Patrizio Bianchi, Davide Tabarelli, Ercole Incalza, Pellegrino Capaldo, Adriano Giannola, Giuliano Cazzola, Paolo Pombeni, Michele Marchi, Antonio Nicaso, Stefano Silvestri, Anna Maria Capparelli, Marco Mele, Nino Sunseri, Pietro Busetta, Lorenzo Robustelli, Remo Bresciani, Piero Mei; inchiestisti e notisti politici come Franco Viviano, Paolo Guzzanti, Fabrizio Rizzi, Claudio Marincola, Simone Di Meo, Antonio Anastasi, Vincenzo Damiani, Giuseppe Alberto Falci; giuristi come Cesare Mirabelli e Giuseppe Tesauro; il vignettista Riccardo Marassi e le grandi firme della cultura e della religione come Pietrangelo Buttafuoco, Vittorio Sgarbi, Raffaele La Capria, Bruno Forte, Giovanna Stanzione, Biagio De Giovanni, Federico Moccia, Maria Pia Ammirati.