2 new commercial b'casters to the Netherlands

Meijs, Josselien
August 1995
Hollywood Reporter;8/29/95, Vol. 338 Issue 37, pI-5
Trade Publication
Reports on the competition for young audiences by The Netherlands new broadcasters Scandinavian Broadcast Systems' SBS6 for the Monday timeslot and former Dutch pubcaster Veronica for the Friday timeslot. Program features.


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