Ajaxjournaal

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Ajaxjournaal
Format News magazine
Created by Maarten Bax
Onno Vos
Country of origin Netherlands
Original language(s) Dutch
Production
Running time 10 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel RTV N-H
Original run 2004 (2004) – 2007 (2007)
External links
Website


Ajaxjournaal is a Dutch football news magazine revolving around AFC Ajax, a football club from Amsterdam, that was aired on TV channel RTV Noord Holland from 2004 until 2007.[1] During the show the creators Maarten Bax and Onno Vos would interview the players and coaches about the coming or preceding matches, as well as air footage from the games and from the clubs training grounds Sportpark De Toekomst, while summarizing the weekly news and events circulating around the club.[2] The show aired every two hours after 17:30 CET on Fridays, and every hour after 9:30 CET on Saturdays from 2004 until 2007.[3] No longer aired on national television since 2007 however, Ajaxjournaal is still broadcast online, and is also made available for viewing on screens all around the Amsterdam Metropolitan area, from McDonald's restaurants to screens on board trains of the Amsterdam Tramway Network, as well as the Amsterdam Metro transit system.[4]

With the network RTV N-H focusing on events circulating around the North Holland province, the football cub AZ from nearby Alkmaar also shared a weekly news magazine on the same network by the name of AZ Journaal which ran parallel to the show for the club from Amsterdam.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Elke vrijdag Ajax journaal op RTV NH". Ajax Netwerk. Retrieved 2004-09-03. 
  2. ^ "10 jaar geleden won Ajax de wereldbeker: Ajaxjournaal blikt terug op historische wedstrijd". Ajax Netwerk. Retrieved 2005-11-25. 
  3. ^ "Ajaxjournaal". Bonovox.nl. Retrieved 2013-10-24. 
  4. ^ "Ajax-journaal in de tram". Ajax Showtime. Retrieved 2009-09-24. 
  5. ^ "De toekomst van de regionale publieke omroep". RTV N-H. Retrieved 2013-10-24.