Leggo, the Italian free daily with the highest circulation (one million copies) will be restructured in November. 13 of the 15 editions will be closed down, only the Rome and Milan editions will be continued. 12 people will lose their job in the process.
Both remaining editions, however, will have more pages (48 compared to 24 now) while also the website will be enhanced. The new Leggo will have special inserts on topics like gaming, health and travel and will have a new design as well. (ilsolo24Ore)