KRO-NCRV

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Nov 15 '17 16:00

A investigative journalist for Dutch national broadcaster KRO-NCRV was arrested in Greece on Monday for entering a restricted military area on the border between Greece and Turkey without permission. Sakir Khader was released on Tuesday after appearing in court, the Washington Post reports.

Derk Bolt
Jun 20 '17 16:10

Being held against his will in Colombia is not the first danger Spoorloos presenter Derk Bolt faced. In his many years of traveling for the show, Bolt was once almost imprisoned in Ghana and held at gunpoint in both Indonesia and Colombia, he said in previous interviews, AD reports.

Derk Bolt
Jun 20 '17 07:39

Two Dutch journalists are being "held against their will" in Colombia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The two were abducted by left-wing movement ELN, the National Liberation Army, on Saturday, according to local newspaper El Tiempo.

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Apr 29 '16 10:50

Dutch public broadcasters launched a website this week where asylum seekers, immigrants and expatriates can watch Dutch programs subtitled in English and Arabic. The video-on-demand service - called Net in Nederland or New to the Netherlands in English - is intended to help newcomers get used to Dutch society

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Apr 6 '16 14:35

A Dutch family film about two kids trying to keep their parents together, was awarded the Emmy Kids Award for best TV Movie or Mini Series in Cannes on Tuesday. The film, Rabarber (Rhubarb in English) was one of four programs by public broadcaster KRO-NCRV to be nominated for an Emmy this year.

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Dec 3 '15 08:46

Two members of the KRO-NCRV program De Monitor's film crew was assaulted and robbed in Amsterdam-Oost on Tuesday afternoon. The robbers got away with a camera and tripod.

May 24 '13 07:20

Eva Jinek will no longer present her program at WNL. Already in the coming weekend the presentation will be done by Janneke Willemse, assisted sometimes by Charles Groenhuijsen and on other occasions by Paul Jansen. This was made public by the broadcaster WNL on Thursday.

Jinek heard, on Thursday afternoon, that she didn’t have to go to the studio on Sunday, from chief editor Bert Huisjes. “This was quite sudden. At first I thought he made a joke,” told Jinek to Radio 1. She thinks that the worst thing is that she will now not be able to say goodbye to the viewers.

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