List of newspapers in the Netherlands

Summary

Below is a list of newspapers in the Netherlands.

Rack with Dutch newspapers

Newspapers in the Netherlands are issued every day, with the exception of Sunday and some general holidays. The total number of printed daily newspapers is 28 in 2018, down from 35 in 2009.[1] Of the 27 dailies in 2019, 10 are national, 16 regional and 1 local. Some of the regional newspapers offer editions for smaller regions, as does the national Algemeen Dagblad for its readers in South Holland and Utrecht.

National dailiesEdit

The number of national daily newspapers in the Netherlands was 108 in 1950, 38 in 1965,[2] 10 in the 2010s, 9 since March 2020, and 8 since March 2021.

Newspaper Headquarters Circulation Publisher Earliest predecessor First issue
De Telegraaf Amsterdam 385,501 Mediahuis Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt, &c.[3] 1618-06-18 or earlier
Algemeen Dagblad Rotterdam 340,758 DPG Goudsche Courant? 1862-04-03
De Volkskrant Amsterdam 239,219 DPG De Volkskrant 1919-10-02
NRC Amsterdam 138,589 Mediahuis Algemeen Handelsblad 1828‑01‑05
Trouw Amsterdam 98,882 DPG Oranje-Bode 1943-02-18
Het Financieele Dagblad Amsterdam 47,363 FD Mediagroep Prys-Courant der Effecten[4] 1796-08-02
Reformatorisch Dagblad Apeldoorn 42,967 Erdee Media Groep Reformatorisch Dagblad 1971-04-01
Nederlands Dagblad Amersfoort 19,593 Nederlands Dagblad Reformatie Stemmen 1944 (summer)
  • Circulation data was for 2017,[5] the last year precise numbers were published. For 2019, a list is available that does not control for returned newspapers.[6] Since, only exposure is published, not separating print from online.
  • Het Financieele Dagblad is in Berliner format, others in tabloid.

Regional dailiesEdit

Newspaper Headquarters Circulation Region Publisher Earliest predecessor First issue
De Limburger[7] Sittard 122,269 Limburg Mediahuis Nieuwsblad van de stad en het district Roermond 1856‑01‑05
De Gelderlander Nijmegen 111,311 Gelderland DPG De Batavier, Staat- en Letterkundig Weekblad 1843‑08‑24[8]
De Stentor Zwolle 96,008 Gelderland (north), Overijssel (west) DPG Overijsselsch Weekblad 1790‑06‑05
Noordhollands Dagblad Alkmaar 95,767 North Holland (center/north) Mediahuis Noord-Hollandsche Courant 1796‑12‑14
Dagblad van het Noorden Groningen 95,202 Groningen, Drenthe Mediahuis Nieuws- en Advertentieblad voor de Provincie Drenthe (Assen) 1823‑04‑01
Brabants Dagblad 's-Hertogenbosch 92,318 North Brabant (center/northeast) DPG Eerste 's-Hertogenbossche Dinsdagse Courant 1771‑07‑02
Tubantia Enschede 85,096 Overijssel (east) DPG Tubantia, Volkscourant voor Twenthe 1872‑01‑06
Eindhovens Dagblad Eindhoven 81,217 North Brabant (southeast) DPG Peel- en Kempenbode[9] 1876‑?‑?
BN De Stem Breda 78,827 North Brabant (west) DPG Weekblad voor Oosterhout en Omstreken[10]
De Marktkrant (Roosendaal)
1860‑05‑20[11]
1860‑??‑?[10]
Leeuwarder Courant Leeuwarden 64,639 Friesland Mediahuis Leeuwarder Saturdagse Courant 1752‑07‑29
Het Parool Amsterdam 49,483 North Holland (southeast) DPG Nieuwsbrief van Pieter 't Hoen 1940‑07‑25
Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant Vlissingen 41,111 Zeeland DPG Middelburgsche Courant 1758-04-26[12]
Haarlems Dagblad Haarlem 25,464 North Holland (southwest) Mediahuis Weeckelycke Courante van Europa 1656-01-08
Leidsch Dagblad Leiden 21,318 South Holland (north) Mediahuis Leidsch Dagblad 1860-03-01
De Gooi- en Eemlander Hilversum 17,020 North Holland (southeast) Mediahuis Gooisch Nieuwsblad 1871-11-11[13]
Friesch Dagblad Leeuwarden 12,112 Friesland Mediahuis Provinciale Friesche Courant 1842-?-?[14][15][16]
  • All titles are paid and in tabloid format.
  • Circulation data is for 2017.

Local dailiesEdit

Newspaper Headquarters Distribution Municipality Publisher Earliest predecessor First issue
Barneveldse Krant Barneveld 9,614 Barneveld BDU Media[17] Barneveldsche Courant 1871-10-06
  • Other local dailies (or small region newspapers) are distributed as part of regional newspapers.
  • Paid, except for the free Thursday issue of Barneveldse Krant
  • Circulation data is for 2017.
  • Tabloid format

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nikkei Media Data". Nikkei Media Group. Retrieved 15 December 2014.
  2. ^ Pippa Norris (Fall 2000). "Chapter 4 The Decline of Newspapers?" (PDF). A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Societies. New York: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
  3. ^ "1618-1800 | Koninklijke Bibliotheek".
  4. ^ "Prys-Courant der Effecten (1796-1842)". Ent1815.nl. 4 May 2018. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  5. ^ "Dagbladen in 2017". Mediamonitor.
  6. ^ "Bladenlijst 2019" (PDF). Media Info Groep.
  7. ^ "De regionale journalist stuit sneller op schandalen". Nrc.nl. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  8. ^ "De Batavier - Huis van de Nijmeegse geschiedenis". Huisvandenijmeegsegeschiedenis.nl. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  9. ^ "Geschiedenis - Eindhovens Dagblad Service". Ed.nl. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  10. ^ a b "Geschiedenis - BN DeStem Service". Bndestem.nl. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  11. ^ "Brabants Erfgoed (Home)". Brabantserfgoed.nl. 17 August 2017. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  12. ^ Van Ham, J; Leynse, B (1973). Kent u ze nog ... de Middelburgers. p. 107 – via Google Books. Op 26 april 1758 verscheen het eerste nummer van de „Middelburgsche Courant", oorspronkelijk alleen woensdags en zaterdags; in juli 1869, bij de afschaffing van het dagbladzegel, werd het een dagblad.
  13. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-12-09. Retrieved 2018-03-03.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  14. ^ Korevaart, Korrie (2001). Ziften en zemelknoopen: Literaire kritiek in de Nederlandse dag-, nieuws- en weekbladen 1814-1848. ISBN 9065506381.
  15. ^ Jensma, Goffe (January 1998). "Provinciale+Friesche+Courant"+1842 Het rode tasje van Salverda: Burgerlijk bewustzijn en Friese identiteit in de negentiende eeuw. ISBN 9789061718529.
  16. ^ "Provinciale+Friesche+Courant"+1842 "De Vrije Fries". 1976.
  17. ^ "Welkom bij BDUmedia". BDUmedia.nl. Retrieved 2 April 2019.

BibliographyEdit

  • British Museum (1885), "Amsterdam", Periodical Publications, Catalogue of Printed Books, London
  • Arthur der Weduwen (2017). Dutch and Flemish Newspapers of the Seventeenth Century. Brill. ISBN 9789004317314.