Fulvio Damiani, the politician’s historic signature on Tg1, died

Fulvio Damiani, the politician’s historic signature on Tg1, died
Fulvio Damiani, the politician’s historic signature on Tg1, died

Fulvio Damiani, a long-time political journalist of Tg1, died yesterday at the age of 87. Born in Florence 87 years ago, a degree in Social and Political Sciences, a pupil of Giovanni Spadolini and Giovanni Sartori, he had always been interested in politics, already from the Giornale del Mattino where he began his career in journalism, to then move to Rome in 1967, to the Rai Radio Newspaper.

From ’69 to ’96 he edited the political page of Tg1, dealing with the main events and interviewing many protagonists of the country’s institutional life. From 1996 to 1999 he was a political notist of Telemontecarlo, to then move on to collaborate with Stream Tv, conducting the current affairs program “Italia Demand”. He directed an information newspaper on the Internet (romaone.it) and has written essays and articles in Italian and foreign newspapers as well as the book on the world of communication “Objectivity and power” (D’Elia Edizioni).

Among the messages of condolence on social media, that of his colleague Marco Frittella: “Fulvio Damiani has also left us. Another piece of history of Rai, of Tg1, of Italian political journalism is gone. Fulvio, like Demetrio, like many others, he contributed to building the legacy of credibility on which Rai still stands. Thank you “.

“Goodbye Fulvio Damiani, Rip”, writes Clemente Mimun on Twitter. And Luciano Ghelfi: “This ugly 2021 ends with another mourning for the RAI family. FulvioDamiani, a master in the story of politics, is gone.”

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