The magazine Crime Window – The Perfect Culprit

The goal of the mahazine Crime Window – The Perfect Culprit is to provide news, articles, analyzes and investigations on the world of crime and justice.

The news covers crime television series, thriller films, novels and essays on the world of justice and investigations into crimes. And there are articles on judicial cases in Italy and abroad.

We are a group of journalists and communicators who belong to the ProsMedia cultural association and collaborate with the Intercultural Studies Center of the University of Verona.

In addition to journalists and communicators, we are scholars of media analysis applied to the world of crime and justice.

The news of the magazine Crime Window is researched, selected, evaluated and published after a rigorous control. In addition to news, we do text analysis and journalistic investigation.

The reference point of the information activity of the Crime Window magazine is journalistic ethics and compliance with the Italian Journalist’s unique Code of Duties. In addition to this, the defense of the dignity of the person and the freedom to inform and be informed.

Inaccurate information or any inaccuracies reported to us are corrected,

As editorial we make use of the collaboration of Laura Baccaro, psychologist and criminologist.

Contacts of editor, director and newsroom

Crime Window – The Perfect Culprit is a magazine with news, articles and inquiries from the information Agency Corte & Media. Responsible director, editor and publisher: Maurizio Corte.
Editorial office and headquarters: via Generale C. A. Dalla Chiesa 10 – 37030 Mezzane di Sotto (Verona – Italy).
Internet service provider of this magazine: SiteGround (Usa)
Email of the editorial staff:
Email of the director and editor Maurizio Corte:
Telephone of the newsroom: +393519449647

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Crime Window magazine: the editor and the web writers of the newsroom

Crime Window is a magazine published by Corte&Media Agency and ProsMedia, the cultural association in Verona which does media analysis, research about communication and collaborates with the University of Verona.

Maurizio Corte - journalist - writer - media analyst - Magazine The Perfect Culprit - Corte&Media Agency -MAURIZIO CORTE
Adjunct Professor of Intercultural Journalism and Multimedia at the University of Verona in the magisterial course of Publishing and Journalism.
He is a professor and member of the scientific committee of the Master in “Intercultural Competence and Management” of the Intercultural Studies Center of the University of Verona.
Professional journalist and writer, he deals with media analysis and the relationship between crime, justice and the media. He is a consultant for Brand Journalism and Strategic Communication. He is the editorial coordinator and editor of the editorial content of this website, drafted by the Corte & Media agency.

She is a contract professor in some Italian universities where she teaches Criminology and Criminal Psychology. He directs the “Journal of criminal psychodynamics”.
Legal psychologist and criminologist, she deals with criminological sciences, stalking, gender violence and the treatment of offenders. He studied clinical and community psychology. She specializes in Criminology, with a master’s degree in legal psychology, Forensic Psychopathology and Deviance and social security policies, civil and family mediation. She is the author of articles and scientific essays.

In 2016 she took a degree in foreign languages and cultures at the University of Salerno, disputing my graduation thesis about the German Kriminalroman.
In 2019 she took a postgraduate degree in Press and Journalism at the University of Verona.
During these academic years, she got involved in the Science of Narrative Arts. She did some research on storytelling practices applied to business information, communication and mass media. 

She studied and worked in tourism, foreign languages and writing fields. Now, she is about to graduate in Publishing and Journalism, a master degree where she studies media and communication. She believes in the power of journalism as a mean of search for the truth.
She is interested in books and foreign languages. She has dealt with translating, copywriting and freelance writing about university and culture. She has studied storytelling techniques applied to journalism and media. 

Researcher and media educator, master’s degree in Publishing and Journalism. She specialized in La Sapienza University on Taltac2, software for automatic lexical and textual treatment and for the analysis of media content.
His research area is mainly focused on the topic of femicides and crime news. She is didactic tutor and responsible for digital communication of the Master in “Intercultural Competence and Management” of the Center for Intercultural Studies of the University of Verona and has been research fellow of the same university for some years.

Graduated in Intercultural Journalism and Communication Sciences, she has been collaborating since 2009 with the Master in “Intercultural competence and management” of the Intercultural Studies Center of the Verona University.
He has carried out research in the field of intercultural journalism.
Journalist and press officer, she deals with media relations, event organization and radio journalism. He manages the blog of ProsMedia, an intercultural media analysis group for which he carries out research in the field of communication and digital media (and not).