Logo of HUMO
|First issue||1936 (as Humoradio)|
Originally the magazine was titled Humoradio, a portmanteau of 'humor' and 'radio'.
Humoradio was first published in 1936 as a Dutch language counterpart to "Le Moustique", now Télémoustique. During World War II between 1940 and 1944 it was not published. In 1958, when television started to reach a larger audience, the magazine was renamed to Humo.
- "Dupuis". Retrieved 2010-10-12. "Dupuis keeps growing in the 30's: Flemish versions ... of Le Moustique (Humoradio, 1936) are launched"
- "Corporate Overview 1993". Sanoma Magazines. Retrieved 2010-10-12. "Launched as Humoradio in 1936, the magazine was renamed into HUMO in 1958 when television started to reach the Belgian masses."
- "Hail the Rock Rally". Flanders Today (122). 24 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-12.
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