Jeugdjournaal

Jeugdjournaal (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈjøːxt.ʃuːrnaːl]; "youth journal") is a Dutch television news programme produced by the Dutch public service broadcaster NOS for children. The programme has been broadcast since 1981.

NOS Jeugdjournaal
GenreNews
Children's television
Presented byVarious
Theme music composerCablejuice
Country of originNetherlands
Original language(s)Dutch
Production
Production location(s)Media Park,
Hilversum
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes
(Main edition)
Production company(s)NOS
Release
Original networkNPO Zapp
Picture format1080i (HDTV 16:9)
Original release5 January 1981 –
present
Chronology
Related showsNOS Journaal
Nieuwsuur
External links
Website
Robbie Kammeijer with on the background the current team of presentators, September 2015.
Jeugdjournaal presenters Robert ten Brink and Leoni Jansen in 1984
Jeugdjournaal presenter Marga van Praag, (1984)

The main evening programme airs at 7:00 pm, running for 20 minutes every night on NPO 3 (formerly Nederland 3). A 5-minute short version also airs on weekdays at 8:45 am. Both programmes are broadcast on the Dutch-language television station, BVN.

AimEdit

The aim of Jeugdjournaal is to present news that is both of interest to and within the mindset of young viewers, without shying away from the main national and international news headlines. Real news but presented in the language of young viewers. The broadcasts are viewed extensively by older viewers; about one-sixth of the programme's viewership are adults. A lot of former presenters made it to the regular (adult) main 'Journaal' that airs on NPO 1 at 8.00 pm.

Present Presenters and ReportersEdit

  • Tamara Seur (2004)
  • Siham Raijou (2010)
  • Joris Marseille (2012)
  • Lysette van Geel (2014)
  • Welmoed Sijtsma (2015)
  • Lucas van de Meerendonk (2017)
  • Malou Petter (2017)

Former presenters and reportersEdit

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