Media of the Netherlands
The media in the Netherlands – television, radio, newspapers, magazines – are characterised by a tradition of "pillarisation" on the one hand and an increasing degree of commercialism on the other.
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde
The Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde (English: Netherlands Journal of Medicine) is the main medical journal of the Netherlands. It appears weekly and was established in 1857. The current editor...
Vogue (magazine)
Vogue is a globally recognized fashion and lifestyle magazine that is published monthly in 23 different national and regional editions by Condé Nast.
In 1892, Arthur Turnure founded Vogue as a wee...
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Mediumwave transmitter Flevoland
The mediumwave transmitter Flevoland (Middengolf Zendstation Flevoland) is a broadcasting facility for medium wave near Zeewolde on Flevoland, Netherlands, situated at 5°25' E and 52°23'N.It is used f...
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This Week in Libraries
This Week in Libraries, casually referred to as TWIL, is an English language video podcast series created and produced by Jaap van de Geer and Erik Boekesteijn in the Netherlands. Featuring Erik Boe...
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Benidorm Bastards
Benidorm Bastards is a Belgian comedy television series.
Benidorm Bastards is a Belgian hidden camera comedy programme on the Flemish TV channel 2BE. All characters are amateur actors and senior c...
GeenStijl.nl
GeenStijl.nl is a Dutch blog founded on April 10, 2003. The logos used on its website are the silhouette of a female brandishing a chainsaw, and a crown within a circle, both in a pink colour, althoug...
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The Holland Times
The Holland Times (former Amsterdam Times) is an English-language newspaper in the Netherlands.The Holland Times is a monthly newspaper published by Argo Media. The publication is available for free a...
Zendstation Ugchelen
Zendstation Ugchelen is the designation of a facility for FM- and TV-broadcasting at Ugchelen, Netherlands. Zendstation Ugchelen uses as transmission tower a 142 metre high free standing lattice tower...
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