De Telegraaf is the largest daily morning newspaper in the Netherlands. Since August 2015, Paul Jansen has served as editor-in-chief. The newspaper De Telegraaf is situated in Amsterdam. Mediahuis owns the newspaper.
The Algemeen Dagblad is a daily newspaper published in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Algemeen Dagblad was established in 1946. The newspaper is based in Rotterdam and is published in tabloid size. Its regional focus covers Rotterdam, Utrecht, and The Hague, as well as the cities and territories around them.
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 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 Financieele Dagblad is a daily Dutch newspaper that covers business and finance. The name translates to The Financial Daily Newspaper in English. The newspaper was founded in 1943. The headquarters of the corporation are in Amsterdam. It was one of the newspapers involved in the Panama Papers investigation.
The Reformatorisch Dagblad is a Dutch Protestant newspaper based in Apeldoorn with a circulation of roughly 60,000. The Reformed Political Party is affiliated with the conservative journal, which was created in 1971. It is one of the few remaining daily national newspapers in the Netherlands.
The Nederlands Dagblad (Dutch Daily) is a daily newspaper published in the Netherlands that is distributed throughout the country. It has a daily readership of 23,800 issues (in 2020). During World War II, the daily was formed in 1944 as Reformatie Stemmen, a semi-resistance publication (Reformatory Voices). After the war, it was renamed De Vrije Kerk (The Free Church), and afterwards Gereformeerd gezinsblad (Reformed Woman's Journal) (Reformed Family Paper).
De Limburger is a Dutch newspaper that covers the Limburg province. At the end of 2017, the Limburgs Dagblad amalgamated with De Limburger. Mediahuis was the owner of both newspapers. Dagblad De Limburger, De Limburger's previous name, was formed by the merger of Dagblad voor Noord-Limburg and De Limburger.
De Twentsche Courant Tubantia, or Tubantia, is a Dutch daily newspaper published by DPG Media. It was distributed in 91,313 copies in the Twente and Regge valley regions in 2016. Enschede is the company's headquarters.