- NOS Journaal
The 'NOS Journaal' editorial team consists of 7 editors-in-chief, led by the chief editor. Until 1 July 2011 Hans Laroes was editor in chief. On 25th January 2011 Laroes made public that he would step-down as chief-editor on the 1st July 2011. In April it was announced that his deputy editor-in-chief Marcel Gelauff will become the new chief on the 1st July
On television, NOS Journaal bulletins can be seen on channels of the Netherlands Public Broadcasting, the Dutch public broadcaster. Its flagship 25-minute bulletin airs at 8:00pm every night on Nederland 1 - the most watched news programme in the Netherlands, with an audience of around 1.5 to two million viewers daily (around a fifth of the market share around that hour).
On weekdays, short daytime bulletins are broadcast every hour between 7am and 5pm on Nederland 1 with hourly repeats on Nederland 2 and the digital TV channel NOS Journaal 24. Extended bulletins air at 1pm, 6pm and 10pm with a late night bulletin also broadcast at around midnight. Fewer daytime bulletins are broadcast during the weekend.
NOS Journaal op 3
A youth-oriented news service for Nederland 3, entitled NOS Journaal op 3 (NOS Journaal on 3) was launched in January 2007. As of September 2008, there are three bulletins - the first two at 7:20pm and 8:20pm consist of 60 second updates whilst the main bulletin, aired usually between 10:00pm and midnight, runs for eight minutes, consisting of another 60 second update and two or three reports on the main national and international news, presented in a more fast-paced format.
Main anchors (8pm bulletin)
- Sacha de Boer (alternate weeks)
- Rob Trip (alternate weeks)
- René van Brakel (NOS op 3)
- Eva Jinek (Daytime/evening) (2008–2011)
- Astrid Kersseboom (Daytime/evening)
- Mustafa Marghadi (NOS op 3)
- Jeroen Overbeek (Daytime/evening/weekend)
- Annechien Steenhuizen (Daytime/evening)
- Jeroen Tjepkema (Daytime/weekend)
- Simone Weimans (Daytime)
- Rik van de Westelaken (Daytime/evening)
- Herman van der Zandt (Daytime/evening)
- Henry Schut
- Mart Smeets
- Jeroen Stomphorst
- Gerrit Hiemstra
- Willemijn Hoebert
- Erwin Kroll (Senior forecaster)
- Marco Verhoef
NOS Journaal can also be heard on the radio channels of the Publieke Omroep. Short bulletins are broadcast on the top of every hour along with extended broadcasts on Radio 1 throughout the day. The latter broadcasts were formerly known as Het Radio-1 Journaal, but were rebranded as NOS Journaal (Radio) in December 2005.
The NOS Journaal has a distinctive news tune, which is aired to mark the beginning or the ending of a broadcast or timeslot. It was composed by Jeroen Kuitenbrouwer.
Newsreaders and reporters
- Jurgen van den Berg
- Job Boot
- Onno Duyvené de Wit
- Renate Evers
- Dick ter Hark
- Gert Kluck
- Mariët Krol
- Dorald Megens
- Fleur Wallenburg
- Jan van de Putte
- Raymond Serré
- Matijn Nijhuis
- Liselot Thomassen
- Jeroen Tjepkema
- Trudy Vendrig
- Sophie Verhoeven
- Peter de Vries
- Margriet Wesselink
- Herman van der Zandt
- Rachid Finge
- Joeri Stubenitsky
- Christiaan Bonenbakker
24Nieuws is a digital radio station of the NPO which can be received via Digital Audio Broadcasting.
It airs continuous repeats, every three minutes, of the latest NOS radio news bulletin.
The NOS Journaal website features regularly updated news stories in text, as well as reports in audio and video. An archive of most of the NOS Journaal radio and television broadcasts is also featured, along with in-depth 'dossiers' and columns from correspondents around the world, additional background information on news stories and profiles about NOS Journaal's presentation team.
NOS Journaal 24
Since 2004, the NOS has broadcast NOS Journaal-24, a station consisting of repeats of NOS Journaal bulletins and other topical programming, teletext news and some archive output. This channel is only available via NOS's website or on digital television through a limited number of cable operators.
- Gerard van der Wulp (chief editor between 1987 and 1996) is now director of the Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst (RVD), the public affairs organisation of the Dutch Royal House, the Dutch Prime Minister and the Cabinet.
Sources and references
- ^ Press-release on NOS Website: Laroes stops as chief (Dutch), 25 January 2011, visited 25 July 2011
- ^ NOS Website Gelauff chief editor NOS Journaal (Dutch), 22 April 2011, visited 25 July 2011
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