Newspapers in San Marino
San Marino has two daily newspapers and since 1987 daily broadcasts official
news in collaboration with Italian RAI (1939-87 prohibited an agreement with
Italy San Marino to start radio). The State San Marino RTV and a
private radio station (Radio Titano) were established in 1991 and 1993.
There are about 520 radio and about 360 TV receivers per 1,000 residents (1996).
Both traditional culture and today's cultural
life are linked to the culture of the surrounding Italy.
San Marino's long history of peace has made it possible
to preserve a rich treasure of art from the Renaissance
and Baroque periods. Sculptures are common in public
places, and traditional crafts continue to live through
the tourism industry.
Latest population statistics of San Marino, including religious profiles and major languages spoken as well as population growth rates in next three decades.
Many residents read Italian newspapers, but
there are still some daily newspapers published in San
Marino, including La Tribuna Sammarinese. The editions
are very small. A few Italian local magazines also
contain special pages for readers in San Marino.
Political parties and organizations own newspapers that
are published weekly or monthly. Several of the
newspapers are on the Internet.
The state-owned San Marino RTV, co-owned by the
state-owned Italian company RAI, broadcasts over a TV
channel and two radio channels. San Marino also receives
radio and television broadcasts from Italy. For San
Marino public policy, please check
FACTS - MASS MEDIA
Percentage of the population using the
60 percent (2017)
Number of mobile subscriptions per 100