De Agostini

De Agostini S.p.A. is an Italian holding company that coordinates the strategic operating companies - De Agostini Editore, De Agostini Communications, IGT and DeA Capital - and makes financial investments, among which the main investment is a minority stake in Assicurazioni Generali. It was founded in 1901 by the geographer Giovanni De Agostini in Rome, Italy, and later moved to Novara, Italy.

De Agostini S.p.A.
Private, S.p.A.
IndustryHolding company
Founded1901
Headquarters,
Area served
Italy
Websitewww.deagostinigroup.com

Overview

  • De Agostini Editore S.p.A. is the sub-holding company active in the publishing sector in 30 countries with publications in 13 languages and organised into areas by product: De Agostini Publishing, DeA Planeta Libri, De Agostini Scuola and Digital De Agostini, as well as Spanish publisher Planeta DeAgostini (a joint venture with Grupo Planeta).
  • De Agostini Communications is the media and communication sector sub-holding comprising the Group's interests in content production, broadcasting and distribution of content for television, new media and cinema. DeAgostini owns a 31% stake in producer Banijay Group.
  • Shareholder of Atresmedia, the Spanish radio and television group, held in partnership with Spanish Planeta Corporation and listed on the Madrid Stock Exchange, is a co-leader in the Spanish television market. It operates in the following sectors: Atresmedia Televisión, Atresmedia Radio, Atresmedia Digital, Atresmedia Publicidad and Atresmedia Cine.
  • The company De Agostini S.p.A. publishes a regular magazine series, which offers every fortnight a one retro model. Among them you can find the brand Škoda. De Agostini manufactures models of Škoda in the Chinese factory the Czech company Abrex.

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1988–89 Juventus F.C. season

Juventus F.C. finished in 4th place in Serie A and participated in the Coppa Italia.

1989–90 Juventus F.C. season

Juventus finished in 4th place in the league this season, but won the Coppa Italia and the UEFA Cup.

1990 UEFA Cup Final

The 1990 UEFA Cup Final was a football tie played on 2 May 1990 and 16 May 1990 between Juventus and Fiorentina of Italy. Juventus won 3–1 on aggregate. This was the first final between two Italian sides in the UEFA competitions history and the third between two clubs of the same country.

The first game was the last ever official football game played at the Stadio Comunale.

The second game was played in Avellino because Fiorentina's substitute stadium in Perugia was closed after the incidents in the semifinal game against Werder Bremen.

Alberto Maria de Agostini

Father Alberto Maria de Agostini (2 November 1883 – 25 December 1960) born in Pollone, Piedmont was an Italian missionary of the Salesians of Don Bosco order as well as a passionate mountaineer, explorer, geographer, ethnographer, photographer and cinematographer.

Alberto de Agostini National Park

Alberto de Agostini National Park (Spanish pronunciation: [alˈβeɾto ðe aɣosˈtini]) is a protected area that was created on January 22, 1965, on land that was formerly part of the "Hollanda" forest reserve and "Hernando de Magallanes National Park". It covers 1,460,000 hectares (3,607,739 acres) and includes the Cordillera Darwin mountain range, which is the final land-based stretch of the Andes before it becomes a chain of mountains appearing as small islands that sink into the Pacific Ocean and the Beagle Channel.

The park, along with Cabo de Hornos National Park, was designated a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2005. As part of the Magallanes Sub-Polar (or Sub-Antarctic) Evergreen Rainforest, UNESCO highlights the area’s "mosaic of contrasting ecosystems and unique and singular characteristics on a world level."Several tidewater glaciers and steep fjords can be found in the park. It also comprises the Gordon, Cook and Londonderry islands, as well as part of Hoste Island (excluding the Hardy Peninsula and other portions).

Alemania Glacier

Alemania Glacier, also known as Roncagli Glacier, is a glacier located in Alberto de Agostini National Park, Chile. The advance of one of its lobes blocked the drainage of some streams, forming Martinic Lake.

Battle Games in Middle-earth

Battle Games in Middle-earth (BGiME) was a fortnightly magazine published by De Agostini in conjunction with British games manufacturer Games Workshop. Unlike White Dwarf, which is dedicated to the three core systems of miniature wargaming produced by Games Workshop, BGiME was exclusively about The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game.

According to the magazine itself, as well as it was sold in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Malta and South Africa. It also became available, through their sponsors, in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, and Poland. The magazine became more popular than the publishers had anticipated, and the deadline was extended several times. Having completed the series of magazines relating to the films, it then went on to explore the rest of the Lord of the Rings universe, includes miniatures that were featured in The Lord of the Rings book but not the films. The last issue was Pack 91, featuring Sharkey from the Scouring of the Shire.

Books in Italy

As of 2018, two firms in Italy rank among the world's biggest publishers of books in terms of revenue: Messaggerie Italiane (including Gruppo editoriale Mauri Spagnol), and Mondadori Libri. Other large publishers include De Agostini Editore.

Doris de Agostini

Doris de Agostini-Rossetti (born 28 April 1958) is a Swiss former alpine skier, bronze-medalist in the Alpine World Ski Championships 1978 and winner of the 1982/1983 Downhill World Cup. She also competed at the 1976 Winter Olympics and the 1980 Winter Olympics.

Hermit Peak

Hermit's Peak is a mountain in San Miguel County, in northern New Mexico, United States.

The peak is named for the Italian religious recluse Giovanni Maria de Agostini, who lived in a cave on a narrow ledge on the southeast side of the mountain about one hundred feet below the summit rim. The cave could only be reached by descending from above. The cave roof was too low to allow Agostini to stand erect. To help shut out the elements and to protect himself from the sheer drop below, Agostini built a rock wall round the mouth of the cave. Agostini lived in the cave from August, 1863 to May, 1866.

His cave became the subject of pilgrimage by some devout New Mexicans, during his life and for a number of years after his death.The Peak is in the Santa Fe National Forest, and the trail to the peak is maintained by the Pecos/Las Vegas Ranger District. The trail to the top is approximately four miles from the El Porvenir Campground.

From El Porvenir, Hermit's Peak has rocky features that seem to form a man's face looking to the sky. Left to right, one sees a forehead, eye, nose, two lips, and a chin. The rugged trail to the top of the "nose" winds through the "eye." The view from the tip of the "nose" is said to include five states. There is a rock overhang known as "Hermit's Cave" on the "nose."

International Game Technology

International Game Technology PLC (IGT), formerly Gtech S.p.A. and Lottomatica S.p.A., is a multinational gambling company that produces slot machines and other gambling technology. The company is headquartered in London, with major offices in Rome, Providence, and Las Vegas. It is controlled with a 51 percent stake by De Agostini.Lottomatica acquired Gtech Corporation, a US gambling company, in August 2006, and later changed its own name to Gtech. Gtech managed many state and provincial lotteries in the United States and also had contracts with local and national lotteries in Europe, Australia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia.

In 2015, the company acquired American gambling company International Game Technology and again adopted the acquired company's name as its own.

Konsumentombudsmannen v De Agostini

Konsumentombudsmannen v De Agostini (1997) C-34/95 is an EU law case, concerning the free movement of goods in the European Union.

Luigi De Agostini

Luigi De Agostini (Italian pronunciation: [luˈiːdʒi de aɡoˈstiːni]; born 7 April 1961) is an Italian former football defender, primarily in the role of an attacking full-back on the left flank, although he was also capable of playing in several other positions both in defence and in midfield. He represented the Italian national football team at UEFA Euro 1988 and the 1990 FIFA World Cup. His son, Michele, plays for Prato. After retiring, De Agostini worked as a team manager for his former club, Udinese, between 2007 and 2009. His job entailed acting as a middleman between the team's manager, Giovanni Galeone, and the squad of players. He now dedicates himself to training young Italian football players.

Marinelli Glacier

Marinelli Glacier is a tidewater glacier located in Alberto de Agostini National Park, Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. The glacier spills out from the backbone of the Cordillera Darwin and calves into Ainsworth Bay, an embayment of the Almirantazgo Fjord. The Marinelli Glacier is in a state of retreat, beginning at least as early as 1960 and continuing to the present time.

Meltwater of Marinelli glacier discharges to form the headwaters of Marinelli Creek.

Orbis Publishing

Orbis Publishing Ltd. was a United Kingdom-based publisher of books and partworks. The company was founded in 1970 and changed its name to De Agostini UK Ltd. in 1999, after being acquired by the Italian De Agostini group.

Partworks published by Orbis included:

The Home Computer Course

The Home Computer Advanced Course

PC Genius

NAM (The Vietnam Experience 1965-75)

Unsolved

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft

War in Peace

War Machine

The Elite: Against All Odds

The Blues Collection

The Unexplained

The British Empire

Play it Today

All About Science

The Movie: The Illustrated History of the Cinema, published December 1979 to January 1983 in 158 chapters

World of Automobiles

On Four Wheels in 165 parts

On Two Wheels in 121 parts

The Encyclopedia of Super Cars

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Wildlife in 62 parts

Warplane in 120 parts

The History of Rock

World War II

" The Classic Collection"

Dinosaurs! (An Orbis Play and Learn Collection) [1]

Bugs (An Orbis Play and Learn Collection) [2]The Orbis Publishing Company [3] formed in 1994 is unrelated.

Planeta DeAgostini

Editorial Planeta-DeAgostini is a Spanish-Italian publisher and a subsidiary of Grupo Planeta and De Agostini specializing in collectable books, sold in pieces, periodically through newsstands. It has its headquarters in Barcelona.They distribute comics and manga under the name Planeta DeAgostini Comics. It is a major shareholder in broadcaster Antena 3 de Televisión.

Planeta-DeAgostini operates in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Romanche Glacier

Romanche Glacier is a glacier located in Alberto de Agostini National Park, Chile. A cascade from the glacier tumbles into the Beagle Channel.

T-Systems

T-Systems is a German global IT services and consulting company headquartered in Frankfurt. Founded in 2000, it is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom.

As of 2012, T-Systems was the largest German and one of the largest European IT services companies, serving customers such as WestLB, Old Mutual, Daimler, Volkswagen, Royal Dutch Shell, Sanlam, Murray & Roberts, BP, TUI AG, De Agostini, Philips, MAN SE, Airbus, E.ON. and British American Tobacco.

The company operates in more than 20 countries and in 2015 employed 45,990 people, in 2003 were approximately 50,000 people worldwide, among them around 27,000 in Germany and 23,000 outside. Since December 2007 Reinhard Clemens has been the CEO. Before that, he had been president of EDS (now HP Enterprise Services) Germany since 2003.

Since January 2018 Adel Al-Saleh is the CEO of T-Systems.

In June 2018, T-Systems announced it will cut 10,000 jobs in 3 years, including 6,000 in Germany, with the hope of returning the company to profitability.

Zodiak Media

Zodiak Media was a French independent production company of factual, drama and kids' programming that has operated in 15 countries through 45 companies.

Zodiak Media's popular formats include Millennium, Wife Swap, The Secret Millionaire, ALF, The Inbetweeners, ALF: The Animated Series, Totally Spies!, Fort Boyard, Being Human and The Lodge.

In February 2016, Zodiak Media merged with Banijay Group.

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