Cremona1 is a local television channel for the Cremona area which came into being in 2013. It broadcasts on channel 211 of digital terrestrial TV and gives considerable space to current events, culture, discussions, sport and all-round news thanks to careful planning which can rely on an editorial staff strongly rooted in the local community and highly technological instruments. Since March 2017 the sports channel 1Sport (digital terrestrial channel 622), entirely dedicated to local sport.
www.cremaoggi.it s an editorial initiative of the province of Cremona which came into being in 2011 which, together with www.cremaoggi.it .it and www.oglioponews.it creates an authoritative online centre of information based on the concept of “free” multi-channelling of new. It faces up to the need for ever more immediate news that is free, high quality, independent in its content, highly focused on local information but attentive to what happens regionally, in Italy and in the world. Modern graphics, high speed signal, a mixture of texts, photos and films to get straight at the heart of the questions are its trademarks.
Mondo Padano came into being in November 1981 as a weekly paper published on Mondays. Towards the end of 1982 the paper had a further boost when Giovanni Arvedi founded SEL (Società Editoriale Lombarda) which, to definitively establish the weekly, promoted a very modern lay-out, charging one of the masters of the renewal of the Italian press, Sergio Ruffolo, with the graphics.
In the late 1990s Mondo Padano became part of the editorial group SEC (Società Editoriale Cremonese) moving towards a transformation which took it first to appearing on Saturdays attached to the weekly newspaper La Provincia, to then become an internal section of the same to discuss specific arguments.
In 2013 Società Servizi Editoriali, controlled by the Arvedi Group, became the owner of the paper and Mondo Padano was published as a Friday weekly with new graphics and dealing with current news, the economy and culture of Cremona and the local area.