Reformatorisch Dagblad

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Reformatorisch Dagblad
Type Daily newspaper
Format Compact
Founded 1971
Political alignment Conservative, Orthodox protestantism
Headquarters Apeldoorn
Circulation 60,000

The Reformatorisch Dagblad is a Dutch protestant newspaper with a circulation of around 60,000,[1] headquartered in Apeldoorn. The conservative[2] newspaper was founded in 1971[3] and is associated with the Reformed Political Party; it is one of only a handful daily national papers remaining in the Netherlands.[4] To honor the day of rest, pages on their website are not available on Sundays.[5]


  1. ^ Kees Brants, "The Netherlands," in Kelly, Mary J.; Gianpietro Mazzoleni; Denis McQuail (2004). The media in Europe. SAGE. pp. 145–56. ISBN 978-0-7619-4132-3.  p. 147.
  2. ^ Terzis, Georgios (2008). European media governance: national and regional dimensions. Intellect. p. 147. ISBN 978-1-84150-192-5. 
  3. ^ Bas, Jan de (2003). Een mijter zonder kruis: Sint-Nicolaas in de protestantse pers 1945–2000. Verloren. pp. 31, 36, 37. ISBN 978-90-6550-770-9. 
  4. ^ G.A.Th. Hazekamp, "Mediarelaties," in Huizinga, H.; et al. (1997). Public Relations: Beleid, Organisatie en Uitvoering. Kluwer. pp. 420–43. ISBN 978-90-14-05435-3.  p. 424.
  5. ^ "[Sunday notification]". Reformatorisch Dagblad. Retrieved 2009-07-12. 

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