Edoardo Tiboni, born in 1923, has directed for thirty-five years the RAI headquarters in Abruzzo, is a promoter of companies, institutions, cultural initiatives, which were decisive for the growth of Abruzzo, such as the Flaiano International Awards, studies and publications dedicated to d'Annunzio, Silone, Flaiano, Croce.
Born in Vasto (CH) on 31 May 1923, he graduated in 1946 at the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, after studying law and economics, and began an intense journalistic activity at a very young age. In 1953, he was called to direct the RAI headquarters for Abruzzo and Molise, which he did for the thirty-five consecutive years.
In the same years, Tiboni obtained the collaboration of intellectuals, writers, artists and musicians among the most qualified: from Silone to Pomilio, from Flaiano to Laudomia Bonanni, from Guido Albanese to Antonio Di Jorio, Domenico Ceccarossi, Michele and Tommaso Cascella and many others, promoting the realization of television programs of great documentary interest.
With Ennio Flaiano, he is one of the founders of the Società del Teatro e della Musica in Pescara, of which he assumes the vice presidency with Flaiano as president.
In 1973, he founded the monthly culture magazine "Oggi e Domani", which he edited until 2014.