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Mediahuis is a newspaper & magazine publishing, distribution, printing, TV, radio and online media company founded in 2014 with assets in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland and Luxembourg. Mediahuis publishes daily newspaper titles in Belgium, the Netherlands and Ireland as well as regional titles, and is involved in broadcasting a number of Dutch and French language TV and radio stations.

Mediahuis NV
TypePrivate company
Founded1 January 2014[1]
ProductsNewspapers, magazines, distribution, printing, TV and online media.
Revenue€ 980 million (2020)
€ 15 million (2020)
OwnersMediahuis Partners NV (50.6% stake), Concentra (32.7% stake) and VP Exploitatie (16.7% stake).[2]

Irish assets are held in Independent News & Media subsidiary.

The headquarters of Mediahuis is in Antwerp.


Mediahuis was founded in January 2014 as a joint venture of two Flemish media corporations Corelio and Concentra. They entered into a collaboration around their paper and digital publishing activities.[1] Corelio took 62% of the shares, Concentra the remaining 38%.

In 2015, Mediahuis acquired the Dutch NRC Media group.[3] In 2017 it acquired the Dutch Telegraaf Media Groep and VP Exploitatie joined as third shareholder.[1] It took 16.7% of the enlarged group.[citation needed]

In January 2019, Corelio NV, the majority shareholder became Mediahuis Partners NV. Mediahuis Partners NV then held a 50.6% stake in Mediahuis, along with Concentra (32.7%) and VP Exploitatie (16.7%).[2] These 3 shareholders are in turn mainly owned by the Van Puijenbroek family, Belgian Baert family and Mediahuis chairman Thomas Leysen.[4]

On 30 April 2019 Mediahuis acquired Independent News & Media for 145.6 million euros,[5] which gave Mediahuis control over the Irish Independent and the Sunday Independent (Ireland), respectively Ireland's top-selling daily and Sunday newspaper, among other assets.

In July 2019, Mediahuis were reported to be interested in acquiring JPIMedia.[6]

In September 2020, Mediahuis acquired the heavily loss-making NDC Mediagroep.[7]

Mediahuis NederlandEdit

Mediahuis Nederlands started as the NV Holdingmaatschappij De Telegraaf[citation needed] and was later coined Telegraaf Media Groep N.V. (TMG).[1] In 2017 it was acquired by Mediahuis.[1] It owns De Telegraaf, the most popular newspaper in the Netherlands, DFT, Telesport, Metro, Autovisie, Privé and Vrouw; regional newspapers including Haarlems Dagblad and Noordhollands Dagblad; digital brands including GeenStijl and Dumpert, and the national radio station Classic FM. In addition, Mediahuis Nederland owns dozens of other brands that focus on local news, entertainment and e-commerce. Via Keesing Media Group, the company publishes international puzzle magazines and digital puzzles.[citation needed]

TMG acquired the weblog GeenStijl after initially buying an interest and Hyves, at that time[when?] still the most popular social network site in the Netherlands.[citation needed] In 2012, TMG had acquired the free daily newspaper Metro that folded in 2019.

In 2016, TMG held a 23% stake in a joint venture with Talpa Holding, operating radio stations Radio 538, Sky Radio, Radio Veronica, Radio 10 and thematic channels (only on Internet). In addition, the television channel TV 538.[8]

Media AssetsEdit




Privé Helders Weekblad
Telesport Het Gezinsblad
VROUW Laarder Courant de Bel
Autovisie Hyves Games Denksport
Metro Blog Society Nieuwsblad voor Castricum
Classic FM Schager Weekblad
Wendy Nieuwsblad Santpoort en Velserbroek Vecht Journaal
Noordhollands Dagblad IJmuider Courant Weekblad voor Ouder Amstel
Haarlems Dagblad Baarns Weekblad Westfries Weekblad
Leidsch Dagblad Stadsblad De Echo Wieringer Courant
De Gooi- en Eemlander Witte Weekblad Woonbode
Dumpert Haarlems Weekblad Nieuwsblad voor Huizen
Upcoming Alkmaars Weekblad Nieuwsblad De Kennemer
De Duinstreek De Krommenieër
Das Kapital De Gooi en Eembode De Zaankanter De Koerier
De Telegraaf Heemsteedse Courant
De Financiële Telegraaf (DFT) Haarlems Weekblad

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c d e "History - Mediahuis". n.d. Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  2. ^ a b "Corelio NV becomes Mediahuis Partners NV". Mediahuis. 2019-01-15. Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  3. ^ Mediahuis neemt NRC over
  4. ^ Ellie Donnelly (2019-07-30). "Court approves INM takeover by Mediahuis". Independent News & Media. Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  5. ^ "Mediahuis to buy Irish newspaper group INM for $163 million". Reuters. 2019-04-30. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  6. ^ Mark Kleinman (2019-07-08). "Hedge funds in talks to sell i and regional newspapers". Sky News. Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  7. ^ "Belgian publisher Mediahuis takes over northern newspapers definitively |".
  8. ^ Jarco Kriek (October 3, 2016). "Grote wijzigingen Nederlands radiolandschap" (in Dutch). TotaalTV.
  9. ^ a b c d e "Assets National Newspapers". n.d. Retrieved 2019-06-27.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Geschiedenis". (in Dutch). 2017. Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  11. ^ a b c "Home - Mediahuis". n.d. Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  12. ^ "Meer informatie over NDC mediagroep". 2021-10-11. Retrieved 2021-10-11.

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