De standaard

de standaard

Is De Standaard a newspaper in Belgium?

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. De Standaard (meaning The Standard in English) is a Flemish daily newspaper published in Belgium by Mediahuis (formerly Corelio and VUM).

What is the history of De Standaard?

In 1914, Van Cauwelaert, Alfons Van de Perre, and Arnold Hendrix formed a publishing company, De Standaard N.V. (The Standard, Incorporated: the Standard Group). Their goal was to publish a conservative, Catholic, Flemish daily newspaper in Brussels, to be called De Standaard.

What is the sister newspaper of De Standaard?

The sister newspaper of De Standaard is Het Nieuwsblad. Since 30 September 1999 the newspaper has stopped printing the lettercross AVV-VVK on its frontpage. In March 2004, De Standaard changed its format from traditional broadsheet to compact format.

Is De Standaard a Christian newspaper?

It was traditionally a Christian-Democratic paper, associated with the Christian-Democratic and Flemish Party, and in opposition to the Socialist Flemish daily De Morgen. In recent years De Standaard has renounced its original ideological ties.

What has happened to the Belgian newspaper market?

Since the 1950s the newspaper market has been in decline in Belgium. The number of national daily newspapers in the country was 50 in 1950, whereas it was 30 in 1965. The number became 33 in 1980.

Where to buy newspapers and magazines in Brussels?

To by newspapers and magazines in Brussels look out for the ‘Press Shop’ or ‘Relays’ stores. ‘The Evening’ is a daily newspaper in Belgium. Its website is comprehensive, with sections on culture, sport and multimedia functions.

How many newspapers does De Standaard have?

In 1939, the sports paper Sportwereld (established in 1912) was purchased by De Standaard and turned into a daily supplement to their two main newspapers, De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad. In 1957, three other newspapers were purchased by De Standaard and initially kept in circulation.

What is the history of De Standaard?

In 1914, Van Cauwelaert, Alfons Van de Perre, and Arnold Hendrix formed a publishing company, De Standaard N.V. (The Standard, Incorporated: the Standard Group). Their goal was to publish a conservative, Catholic, Flemish daily newspaper in Brussels, to be called De Standaard.

What is Dede Standaard?

De Standaard first went into publication in 1918 as the successor to the Catholic weekly Ons Volk ontwaakt (Our People Awakes). For a long time it played a leading role in the Flemish nationalist movement.

When was Het Nieuwsblad first published?

In 1929, Het Nieuwsblad was published by De Standaard for the first time. In 1939, the sports paper Sportwereld (established in 1912) was purchased by De Standaard and turned into a daily supplement to their two main newspapers, De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad.

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