Netherlands media groups
Significant Netherlands media groups and titles
- De Persgroep - including PCM, Mecom Group
- Newspapers: Algemeen Dagblad | Het Parool (co-owned by Stichting Democratie en Media) | Trouw | de Volkskrant
- Mediahuis, including Telegraaf Media Groep - founded in 2013 as a joint venture of two Flemish media corporations Corelio and Concentra, They entered into a collaboration around their paper and digital publishing activities. Corelio took 62% of the shares, Concentra the remaining 38%. In 2015 Mediahuis acquired the Dutch NRC Media group. In 2017 it acquired the Dutch Telegraaf Media Groep.
- Newspapers: De Telegraaf
- RTL - Bertelsmann
Selected media titles
- ThePostOnline - formerly DeJaap. Until the end of 2018 the majority shareholder (51%) was Vereniging Veronica.
- GeenStijl - On 17 March 2006 the Telegraaf Media Group took a 40% interest in GeenStijl. The editorial team of Dominique Weesie and Ambroos Wiegers both owned 50% of the shares, against 30% after the takeover.
- Cafe Weltschmerz is funded through donations and volunteer work. The founder and editor-in-chief is Max von Kreyfelt.
- De Dagelijkse Standaard - is a Dutch blog , founded on February 9, 2009 by Joshua Livestro (columnist at De Telegraaf and Reader's Digest). Livestro was from then on the editor-in-chief and publicist of the weblog. Michael van der Galien became editor-in-chief on 1 October 2014. On 24 June 2016, the weblog reported that Van der Galien had also taken over the ownership of the site. Galien describes himself as a 'Conservative Libertarian' and also writes for PJ Media (formerly Pajamas Media the American conservative and anti-Muslim blog and media company).