Studio Aperto

Studio Aperto
Starring See Presenters
Country of origin Italy
Original language(s) Italian
No. of episodes N/A
Running time 30 mins.
Original network Italia 1
Picture format 16:9 SDTV
Original release 16 January 1991 – present
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Studio Aperto (lit. Open Studio) is the brand for Italian TV channel of Mediaset network Italia 1's news programmes. Founded by Emilio Fede on 16 January 1991 with the beginning of Gulf War,[1] it's shown domestically on Italia 1. The editor-in-chief of the show is Anna Broggiato.


The programme is generally presented by a single newsreader but with additional newsreaders for weather reports (Meteo 1). Most items will be made up of reports and are generally preceded and followed by the correspondent reporting live from the scene of the report.

Daily programme and presenters

Criticism and controversy

Studio Aperto has long been accused of promoting right-wing positions, due the ownership by Silvio Berlusconi. Other critics are about the huge airing of crime news and soft news (gossip, animals and videos from the Web) subtracting time to more important news.



  1. "Communicating Europe: Italy Manual" (PDF). European Stability Initiative. 19 May 2008. Retrieved 7 May 2015.
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