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Jeugdjournaal, Dutch for Youth Journal, is a children’s newscast in the Netherlands produced by NOS, one of the members of NPO, the umbrella public broadcasting organisation in the country. It airs every evening at 19:00 on the children’s channel NPO Zapp.

Similar children’s news shows in Europe include ZDF’s logo! in Germany, VRT’s Karrewiet in Belgium, BBC’s Newsround in the UK and SVT’s Lilla Aktuellt in Sweden.

Overview

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History of NOS Jeugdjournaal intros

1981–1982

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1982–1985

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1985–1989

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1989–1993

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1993–1994

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1995–2001

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2001–2005

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2005–2012

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With the NOS’s corporate rebrand on 17 December 2005, all of its shows introduced a new intro sequence, graphics package and theme music score, led by NOS Journaal. Jeugdjournaal had a bright, colourful and flashy look with a dotted globe, but this was liable to cause epileptic seizures.[1]

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NOS Jeugdjournaal 26 mei 2012 laatste periode van het decor

Intro sequence on the last day of the 2005–2012 graphics (26 May 2012).

2012–present

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The latest rebrand of NOS’s newscasts took place on 27 May 2012. Jeugdjournaal retained the colourful dotted globe from 2005 but toned down the seizure-inducing approach of the 2005 graphics.

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NOS Jeugdjournaal Intro-Outro Transparent (HD)

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NPO Zapp - NOS Jeugdjournaal Intro 2017 (HD)

With new studio since 2016.



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