Le immagini della marcia. La televisione racconta il centenario della marcia su Roma

Author/s Maurizio Zinni
Publishing Year 2024 Issue 2023/2-3 Language Italian
Pages 18 P. 286-303 File size 280 KB
DOI 10.3280/MON2023-002011
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This article is based on a comprehensive study of television programs dedicated to the centenary of the March on Rome in Italy in 2022. These programs were broadcast by public and private networks on free-to-air digital channels. The most ambitious of these programs are modern jour-nalistic investigations that use a close dialogue between past and present to reconstruct the history of the March. While this narrative mode reflects changes in television and journalistic language between the old and new millennium, a more traditional format can be found in history programs created by Rai. According to audience data, the search for narrative mod-els closer to the sensitivity of new generations of spectators hasn’t suc-ceeded in drawing young audiences to this type of production, that is, to (more or less highbrow) historical dissemination.

Keywords: Centenary of 1922, television, documentary, public history, March on Rome, memory of fascism

Maurizio Zinni, Le immagini della marcia. La televisione racconta il centenario della marcia su Roma in "MONDO CONTEMPORANEO" 2-3/2023, pp 286-303, DOI: 10.3280/MON2023-002011