List of Dutch National Newspapers
De Telegraaf is the largest Dutch daily morning newspaper. The paper edition had a daily circulation of 430,686 in 2015. Paul Jansen has been the editor-in-chief since August 2015. De Telegraaf is based in Amsterdam. Paul Jansen is the editor-in-chief of the paper, which is owned by Mediahuis.
The Algemeen Dagblad or AD is a Dutch daily newspaper based in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
de Volkskrant is a Dutch daily morning newspaper. Founded in 1919, it has a nationwide circulation of about 250,000. Formerly a leading centre-left Catholic broadsheet, de Volkskrant today is a medium-sized centrist compact. Pieter Klok is the current editor-in-chief.
NRC Handelsblad, often abbreviated to NRC, is a daily evening newspaper published in the Netherlands by NRC Media. It is generally accepted as a newspaper of record in the Netherlands.
Trouw is a Dutch daily newspaper appearing in a compact size. It was founded in 1943 as an orthodox Protestant underground newspaper during World War II. Since 2009, it has been owned by DPG Media. Trouw received the European Newspaper Award in 2012. Cees van der Laan is the current editor-in-chief.
Het Parool is an Amsterdam-based daily newspaper. It was first published on 10 February 1941 as a resistance paper during the German occupation of the Netherlands. In English, its name means The Password or The Motto.
Het Financieele Dagblad is a daily Dutch newspaper focused on business and financial matters. The paper was established in 1943. The headquarters is in Amsterdam. It was among the newspapers participating in the Panama Papers investigation.
The Dutch language daily was founded in 1944.
NIS News Bulletin (Dutch news in English)
NIS News Bulletin is the longest-running Dutch daily newspaper in English. Its history goes back to 1965 when the then state news agency ANP started a newsletter in English for the foreign community, called ANP News Bulletin. In 1997, Netherlands Info Services BV (NIS) acquired the publication and continued it under its current name, NIS News Bulletin.
The Reformatorisch Dagblad is a Dutch protestant newspaper with a circulation of around 60,000, headquartered in Apeldoorn. The conservative newspaper was founded in 1971 and is associated with the Reformed Political Party; it is one of only a handful daily national papers remaining in the Netherlands.
Metro is a free Dutch newspaper, distributed daily since 1999, mostly to commuters in high-traffic areas. Formerly owned by Metro International, in August 2012 the paper was taken over by the Telegraaf Media Group. At the time of the acquisition, TMG already published another free Dutch newspaper, Spits.
List of Dutch Regional Newspapers
De Gelderlander is a Dutch daily newspaper focused on Gelderland and immediate surroundings. It is published in Nijmegen by the Belgian Persgroep. De Gelderlander evolved in 1848 from the Nijmegen biweekly newspaper De Batavier, published from 1843 to 1845.
Noordhollands Dagblad is a Dutch newspaper covering North Holland in the northwest of the country. It appears in eight regional editions: Noordhollands Dagblad employed in 2010 some 150 journalists.
De Stentor is a Zwolle-based Dutch regional newspaper, appearing in several editions, in the Eastern part of the Netherlands. It is owned by De Persgroep.
Brabants Dagblad is a daily Dutch newspaper. It is distributed in the center and northeast of North Brabant, in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Tilburg and their surrounding regions. The paper’s office is in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
The Leeuwarder Courant is the oldest daily newspaper in the Netherlands. Founded by Abraham Ferwerda, it first appeared in 1752. The Leeuwarder Courant was the first paper in the Dutch province of Friesland and its capital Leeuwarden. It is considered a “popular” newspaper.
The Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant is a newspaper for the province of Zeeland, Netherlands published and owned by DPG Media of Belgium. Founded in 1758, it is the third-oldest newspaper in the Netherlands.
The Haarlems Dagblad is a regional newspaper in Haarlem, Netherlands. It makes claims to being the newspaper with the oldest publishing history in the world, even if this claim is based on its merger with another title.
The Friesch Dagblad is a Dutch daily newspaper founded in 1903. It covers the region of Friesland with news reports written from a protestant perspective. Friesch Dagblad and its competitor, Leeuwarder Courant, are owned by the NDC Mediagroep.
The Barneveldse Krant is a local daily newspaper in the Netherlands. It is printed, published, and distributed by Royal BDU in Barneveld.
Dagblad van het Noorden (Groningen, Drenthe)
The Dagblad van het Noorden, abbreviated as DvhN, is a Dutch regional daily newspaper that is published and circulated in the provinces of Groningen and Drenthe in the northeastern Netherlands. The newspaper is owned by NDC Mediagroep. Erik Wijnholds has been editor-in-chief since 2017.
De Limburger is a Dutch newspaper covering the province of Limburg. The Limburgs Dagblad merged into De Limburger at the end 2017. Both newspapers were owned by Mediahuis. Dagblad De Limburger, the previous name of De Limburger, was founded after a merger of Dagblad voor Noord-Limburg and De Limburger.
De Twentsche Courant Tubantia, commonly known as Tubantia, is a Dutch daily newspaper owned by DPG Media. In 2016 it was distributed in 91,313 copies in the regions of Twente and Regge valley. Its headquarters are in Enschede.
BN DeStem (western North Brabant)
BN DeStem is a regional Dutch newspaper. It focuses on the Western part of North Brabant and Zeeland and originated in 1998 through the merger of the Brabants Nieuwsblad and De Stem. The circulation is 114,479 copies. A recent editor-in-chief was Johan van Uffelen. BN DeStem covers the western part of North Brabant.
De Gooi- en Eemlander (Het Gooi, Eemland)
De Gooi- en Eemlander is a regional Dutch daily newspaper distributed in the Gooi region and some nearby towns and villages in Utrecht.
IJmuider Courant (IJmuiden/Velsen)
IJmuider Courant is a Dutch newspaper oriented towards the city of IJmuiden and the surrounding region. The paper is published by Mediahuis and had a circulation of 5,500 copies in 2014.
De Feanster (Friesland & Western Groningen)
Heerenveense Courant (Heerenveen)
The Leidsch Dagblad (Dutch: Leiden Daily) is a Dutch regional newspaper that is published since March 1, 1860. It is owned by the Telegraaf Media Groep.
Cobouw is an independent Dutch publication for the construction industry with a website, app, and newspaper that is published twice a week.
Seven Days is an alternative weekly newspaper that is distributed every Wednesday in Vermont. The American Newspapers Representatives estimates Seven Days’ circulation to be 35,000 papers.
Eindhovens Dagblad is a daily Dutch newspaper based in the city of Eindhoven. In 2017 it had a circulation of about 80,000.
List of Dutch News Sites
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DutchNews.nl is the leading provider of quality Dutch news in English for an international audience.
Dutch Daily News is your source for Dutch news in English. Latest news, business and headlines from the Netherlands.
More news stories daily than any other English news source about the Netherlands.
The Nederlandse Omroep Stichting is one of the broadcasting organizations making up the Netherlands Public Broadcasting system. It has a special statutory obligation to make news and sports programs for the three Dutch public television channels and the Dutch public radio services.
GeenStijl is a Dutch blog founded on 10 April 2003. The logo is a pink-colored crown within a circle. In the Dutch language, the term “geen stijl” is used to describe an act by a person or organization that lacks style or manners.
FOK! is a Dutch website and virtual community, containing active content like news, reviews, columns and polls. It was founded by Danny Roodbol and is one of the largest internet communities in the Netherlands. The forum’s user group is diverse, though much of its content is targeted towards a younger audience.
BNNVARA is a broadcasting association and a network within the Dutch public broadcasting system.
Omroep Brabant is the Netherlands Public Broadcasting regional television and radio broadcaster in the North Brabant Province in the Netherlands. It commenced broadcasting on 1 September 1976.
De Speld is a Dutch news satire website. The website publishes satirical articles and videos parodying the style and content of regular news outlets. De Speld was founded in 2007 by Jochem van den Berg and Melle van den Berg. Since its inception, the website’s office has been in Amsterdam.
Omroep Gelderland is a regional public broadcaster for the Dutch province of Gelderland. Omroep Gelderland has its own radio station, Radio Gelderland, and TV channel, TV Gelderland, broadcasting primarily for the province itself.
PowNed is a Dutch broadcaster, which transmits radio and television programs on the Netherlands Public Broadcasting system.
Oneworld is an airline alliance founded on February 1, 1999. The alliance’s stated objective is to be the first choice airline alliance for the world’s frequent international travelers.
A valued news source for Dutch people in the city and across the nation.