Who is Gennaro Sangiuliano, the new Minister of Culture of the Meloni government

He is currently the director of TG2, after studying economics and a long career in journalism: this is who is the new holder of the department in via del Collegio Romano

Gennaro Sangiuliano is the new Minister of Culture of the Meloni government, succeeding Dario Franceschini. Currently director of Tg2, he has had a long career in the field of journalism. Here is who is the new head of the department in via del Collegio Romano (THE SPECIAL OF SKY TG24 ON THE GOVERNMENT).

Studies and career in journalism

Sangiuliano was born in 1962, he is Neapolitan, he graduated in law from Federico II, and then also obtained a doctorate in law and economics, also in Naples, and subsequently a master in European private law at Luiss in Rome where he had as professor Giuseppe Conte. He was a professor at Lumsa, Sapienza and Luiss, and from 1996 to 2001 he was director of the Rome newspaper and then deputy director of Libero.

The direction of Tg2

Sangiuliano joined Rai in 2003, and was sent to Bosnia, Kosovo and Afghanistan. From 2009 to 2018 he was deputy director of Tg1. In 2018 he was appointed director of Tg2, reconfirmed in 2021. Author of numerous essays, he devoted himself above all to biographies, from that of Giuseppe Prezzolini (the conservative anarchist, 2008) to that of Putin (Vita di un tsar, 2015) , but also Hillary Clinton (Life in an American dynasty 2016), Trump (Life of a president against all 2017) and Xi Jinping (The new Mao. Xi Jinping and the rise to power in China today, 2019). His last book, in 2021, is dedicated to “Reagan The President Who Changed American Policy”.