The ‘Buone Notizie’ Award starts in 2009 from an idea of the Ucsi (Union of Italian Catholic Press) in Caserta involving the Press Association of the Province of Caserta, the Social Communications Office of the Diocese of Caserta and the Communication Course for Workers printing of the third sector, church and institutional of the Issr (the higher institute of religious sciences) of Caserta, the association ‘Scriveremo’ and the Order of Journalists of Campania, which sponsors the prize. The idea of an award that values the good news is grafted in the long tradition, over thirty years, meeting with the press of the city and promoted dall’Assostampa of Caserta in collaboration with the Ucsi of Caserta and the Ucs of the Diocese on the feast of St. Francis of Sales, patron of journalists, every January 24. The prize, in fact, is traditionally delivered on a Saturday in January during the celebration of the protégé of journalists. The first edition was held in 2009 with the celebration of the contemporary ‘Pauline White Night’ which began precisely with the prize to the journalist Gianni Minoli and the then Bishop of Caserta Raffaele Nogaro. The name ‘Buone Notizie’ (good news) was born precisely from the desire to promote journalists, communicators and people who do good information, also tell the positive side of everyday life, know they do not ‘kill’ with the words. The ‘Civitas Casertana’ definitio, added to moonage at good Nnews, was born from a confrontation with the then bishop of Caserta, Monsignor Raffaele Nogaro, who suggested that he incarnate the prize in the social reality of Caserta and the journalistic meetings of the diocese, which were the cultural humus of the Prize. The ‘Good News’ Prize has repeatedly received a message of encouragement and support from the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano.