VPRO director asks for new govt to invest more in media

Tuesday 10 January 2017 | 16:45 CET | News
The new Dutch government must invest in media and into strong presence of serious online media organisations through policy, subsidies and profit making Dutch ventures, VPRO director Lennart van der Meulen said during his New Year's speech. "It is really high time for a new approach," Van der Meulen said.

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