|Owner(s)||Editoriale Libero LTD|
|Associate editor||Pietro Senaldi|
|Founded||18 July 2000|
|Political alignment||Right-wing populism|
|Headquarters||Via L. Majno 42, Milan|
|Circulation||82,680 (as of June 2018)|
Libero (English: "Free"), known also as Libero Quotidiano, is an Italian newspaper published in Milan, Italy.
Libero was first published in July 2000. The founder is the journalist Vittorio Feltri. The owner and publisher of the paper is Editoriale Libero S.r.l.
Libero has a centre-right and liberal stance.
In February 2007 some members of the New Red Brigades were arrested on a charge of wanting to fire-bomb the Libero editorial offices in Milan. The paper has been edited by Maurizio Belpietro since August 2009.
Libero has higher circulation in Lombardy. The 2008 circulation of the paper was 125,215 copies. The paper had a circulation of 113,628 copies in 2009 and 105,123 copies in 2010.