Michele Di Salvo

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Michele Di Salvo
Born Rome, Italy
Occupation Author, Pubisher, Entrepreneur

Michele Di Salvo is an Italian author, publisher, and entrepreneur. He is a published author, researcher, and lecturer and resides in Naples

Biography[edit]

Di Salvo graduated in classical studies at the Antonio Genovesi High School in Naples, where he was a representative of the institute and also psycho-pedagogical high school Margherita di Savoia.

After studying economics and financials in college, he worked at Unicredit Group from 1997 to 1999. In 1999, he worked as an international mediator in InfoMedia, an international mediation service company, until 2001.

From 2007 to 2009 he taught communication techniques at European School of Economics and earned his master in mass communication. In 2010 he wrote a collection of editorials 'The Publisher's Desk' and the essay on communication 'Sons of Communication' . In 2011 he wrote 'The Weapons of Finance', a daily technical essay on financial market instruments and their uses.

In 2012 his conference on "The Dark Side of the Net" at SocialMediaWeek2012 was the most followed, commented and seen on the network.[1][2][3]

His books cover a wide range of controversial world events and history.

Il Cuore[edit]

In 2001, Michele Di Salvo presents an Industrial Plan to save “L’Unità”, and he chose to republish the satire weekly Il Cuore . It was defined as the "impossible editorial staff", in which Riccardo Mannelli (director) and Susanna Schimperna (responsible editor) coordinated an editorial office.

Editorialist activities[edit]

Di Salvo collaborates with various magazines and periodicals, both cardboard and online.[4][5][6] He regularly writes on Roma, the oldest newspaper in southern Italy.[7]

Di Salvohas participated as a commentator and editorialist on numerous television shows.[8][9][10][11][12]

Communication[edit]


Di Salvo operates an online blog, podcasts, and a large social media presence.[13]

In October 2015, Assorel [Italian Association of Public Relations Agencies, founded in 1982, which brings together the largest industry operators in Italy] called him be jury member at Assorel Prize for communication/.[14]

Investigations[edit]

Numerous inquiries have been by Di Salvo's editorial properties.

In 2011, he published "Blood of Europe"[15] and "The Italy in East Timor"[16] The two books, as well as photographic reportage, were on two wars: that of Kosovo, and that of East Timor where Di Salvo was envoy.

On 2013 is the book "Uomini Soli" on the death of the journalist Mauro De Mauro and of Enrico Mattei Eni's President.[17] and triggers national reaction.[18][19]

In the same priod he wrote “All faces of Diamonds”, a research book on the world of diamonds, in many ways linked to the next survey on land scraping in Africa.

The datagate, on the columns of l’Unità between 2013 and 2014 on the NSA interceptions scandal revealed by Snowden[20][21][22][23]

In 2014, a La Repubblica inquiry into landgrabbing in Africa[24] The inquiry soon becomes a book and an ebook[25] with the preface by Giancarlo Caselli.

On 2015, the investigation on the presence of the Mafia in the north of Italy was published on La Repubblica,[26] and expanded on Il Roma on the map of Camorra clan's presence in the northern regions .[27] Two more articles are also on the same theme. The first, on Mafia Capitale, were about the criminal infiltration of the capital.[28] The second, on the risk of criminal and infiltrations in political parties.[29]

The Controversy on the Five Star Movement [edit]

The May 5, 2012 the publication of the investigation on the Political Communication of the 5 Star Movement[30] raised controversy[31] [32] when it opened a debate on the nature of the Movement, and above all on the role of Casaleggio and on effective internal democracy. The search was resumed and relaunched several times, often in electoral terms, and led to the first admissions from the Corriere della Sera columns by Gianroberto Casaleggio himself. When the M5S was still a small political party, the true nature and origin of the Movement run by the comedian of Genova was essentially re-examined. For the first time, the Casaleggio Associati's central role was announced, and the rules of operation, blogging, and all the opacities on the management of the political party that were at the heart of the political battle and were considered as "a known fact". [33] The controversy kindled debate on the nature of fake news in Italy.[34][35][36][37]

Selected Works[edit]

  • Le Armi Della Finanza nel Nostro Quotidiano (Italian Edition)[38]
  • La scrivania dell'editore (Italian Edition)[39]
  • I figli della comunicazione (Italian Edition)[40]
  • Il Viaggio (Italian Edition)[41]
  • La Partenza (Italian Edition)[42]
  • Sangue d'Europa: seconda edizione corretta e reimpaginata (Italian Edition)[43]
  • Che cos'è la pace (Italian Edition)[44]
  • Canapa, una storia americana (Italian Edition)[45]
  • Uomini soli - la verità sulla morte di Enrico Mattei e Mauro De Mauro (Italian Edition)[46]
  • Datagate (Italian Editon)
  • Politica 2.0 (Italian Edition)[47][48][49]
  • Il land grabbing e la guerra d'Africa (Italian Edition)[50]


References[edit]

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  • ^ "SMW Torino - Il lato oscuro della rete - Io e Orson". Io e Orson (in italiano). 2012-09-27. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ giorgio fontana (2012-10-14), Conversazione sulla parte oscura delle rete - Michele Di Salvo - finale, retrieved 2017-07-12 
  • ^ Scrofani, Giovanni (2012-09-27). "Il Lato Oscuro della Rete". Un altro orizzonte. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Michele Di Salvo". L’Huffington Post. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Beerderberg Magazine". Beerderberg Magazine (in español). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Michele Di Salvo". Eunews (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Cerca". Roma. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Blogo.it 21 marzo 2013". YouTube. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Michele Di Salvo (2013-05-20), Rainews24 13 aprile 2013, retrieved 2017-07-12 
  • ^ Michele Di Salvo (2013-04-22), Piazzapulita La7 15/04/2013, retrieved 2017-07-12 
  • ^ Michele Di Salvo (2013-04-21), Fuori dal Coro - Julienews, retrieved 2017-07-12 
  • ^ Michele Di Salvo (2013-06-14), agorà 15 maggio 2013, retrieved 2017-07-12 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. "Micheledisalvo.com". Micheledisalvo.com (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "18 Premio Assorel Riceve Patrocinio Presidenza Consigli". Assorel.it. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Sangue d'Europa: seconda edizione corretta e reimpaginata (in italiano). 
  • ^ Salvo, MIchele Di. Quell'Italia a Timor Est (in italiano). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Uomini soli - la verità sulla morte di Enrico Mattei e Mauro De Mauro (in italiano). 
  • ^ "Uomini soli: Mattei ucciso dai francesi, De Mauro sapeva | LIBRE". www.libreidee.org (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Redazione (2013-04-14). "Uomini soli: Mattei ucciso dai francesi, De Mauro sapeva |". Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. "Datagate - tutto quello che non vi hanno detto - Micheledisalvo.com". Micheledisalvo.com (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. DataGate / NSAGate. 
  • ^ "LA CARTA DI PUTIN CONTRO IL GRANDE FRATELLO AMERICANO" (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Internet e le corporation: tra cyberwar vere e presunte - Paperblog". Paperblog (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "La battaglia per il cibo del futuro". Inchieste - la Repubblica (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di (24 maggio 2016). Guerra d'Africa. Land grabbing (in italiano). Minerva Edizioni. ISBN 9788873818557.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  • ^ "Così la Mafia conquista il Nord d'Italia". Inchieste - la Repubblica (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. "La Camorra al Nord - Micheledisalvo.com". Micheledisalvo.com (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. "Mafia Capitale - Micheledisalvo.com". Micheledisalvo.com (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. "Il rischio infiltrazione nei partiti politici - il caso Campania - Micheledisalvo.com". Micheledisalvo.com (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Chi e cosa c'è dietro Grillo e al Movimento 5 stelle: - seconda edizione - (in italiano). 
  • ^ "Grillo: perché non rispondi alle domande di Di Salvo? E il network iraniano?". Rights Reporter (in italiano). 2012-06-28. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Fuori dal Coro: decima puntata, Di Salvo - JulieNews - 1". www.julienews.it. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Grillo - Casaleggio: dove sta la novità delle rivelazioni di Favia?". Rights Reporter (in italiano). 2012-09-08. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Movimento 5 Stelle: macchina fabbrica consensi, anche pagando | Wall Street Italia". Wall Street Italia (in italiano). 2012-11-15. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Movimento 5 Stelle: macchina fabbrica consensi, poco trasparente | Wall Street Italia". Wall Street Italia (in italiano). 2012-11-16. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Il Cavalier Grillo". Diario di Bordo Comunita Unita. 
  • ^ "BEPPE GRILLO MENTE, SAPENDO DI MENTIRE. INTERVISTA A MICHELE DI SALVO". Meridiana Web Magazine (in italiano). 2012-10-18. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Le armi della finanza nel nostro quotidiano (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, MIchele Di. La scrivania dell'editore (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. I figli della comunicazione (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Il Viaggio (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. La Partenza (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Sangue d'Europa: seconda edizione corretta e reimpaginata (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Che cos'è la pace (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Canapa, una storia americana (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Uomini soli - la verità sulla morte di Enrico Mattei e Mauro De Mauro (in Italian). 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Politica 2.0 (in Italian). 
  • ^ ""Storie, trucchi e innovazioni Il lato oscuro della politica 2.0", di Cesare Buquicchio - Manuela Ghizzoni | Una politica in cui credere". Manuela Ghizzoni | Una politica in cui credere. 2014-03-18. Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ "Zoom - Il marketing dell'antipolitica". youdem (in italiano). Retrieved 2017-07-12. 
  • ^ Salvo, Michele Di. Il land grabbing e la guerra d'Africa (in Italian).