BFC Media brings Robb Report, a luxury magazine published by Penske Media Corporation to Italy

Denis Masetti, President of BFC Media

As already announced in the financial statements for the first half, BFC Media, thanks to the partnership with the American group Penske Media Corporation, brings the first issue of the luxury magazine to newsstands Robb Report. The quarterly magazine is part of the Italian multimedia project Robb Report, which includes a multimedia system consisting of the quarterly magazine, the website, social channels, newsletters and exclusive experiences

Founded in 1976 by Robert L. “Rusty” White, Robb Report originally consisted of a paper newsletter distributed to members of the Rolls-Royce Owners Club, but still today it represents the brand that the most successful people, united by a shared feeling for quality, exclusivity and refined tastes, rely on to discover ideas , the opinions, products and experiences that matter most to them, says the note.

“We are happy to start this new adventure with such a famous brand in the world and proud to promote the best of Made in Italy, in an international context, with established and highly prestigious partners” he declared Denis Masetti. “We will tell, promote and make the best of Made in Italy stronger and stronger.”

“Italy is synonymous with the fundamental pillars of luxury, so bringing Robb Report’s unparalleled journalism and his authoritative voice on everything from fine wine to cooking, cars to travel to Italian newsstands seemed natural,” he said. Luke Bahrenburg, EVP e Chief Revenue Officer di Robb Report.

The management of Robb Report Italia is entrusted to Alessandro Rossi, with Susanna Tanzi editor in chief and an editorial staff of 20 journalists expert in various fields, as well as all the editorial material produced worldwide by Robb Report thanks to the interconnection circuit with the 19 world editions including USA, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Russia, China, India, Singapore, Arabia.

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