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TV10 Netherlands (first era)
Veronica TV's history dates back to 1989 when it was originally launched as TV10 Netherlands. Unusually, for a commercial station, this channel was short-lived because it does not carry any advertising so the channel was later closed down the same year. With the channel being shut down, it was discontinued in 6 years until 1995 when TV10 Netherlands was relaunched as TV10 Gold.
On May 1, 1995, TV10 Netherlands was relaunched by Wegener Arcade and the channel was known as TV10 Gold.
TV10 Netherlands (second era)
In February 1996, the channel was renamed as TV10 thus reviving the channel's original name.
Fox Netherlands (first era)
In September 1999, the number '8' was added to the logo and the channel's name. The "8" was also similar to the one used by WGHP in High Point, North Carolina.
Fox Netherlands (second era)
In September 2000, the name was reverted to Fox, and a new programming started.
2003–2005, 2015–present (secondary)
Veronica launched a programming block on MTV Networks Benelux, but it was unsuccessful. After negotiations with the SBS Broadcasting Group, V8 was rebranded as Veronica TV on 20 September 2003, using the same branding as the long-running Veronica Magazine.
In 2007, SBS Broadcasting Group was acquired by ProSiebenSat.1 Media. On 29 July 2011, the Dutch operations of ProSiebenSat.1 Media were sold to Sanoma Media (67%) and Talpa Media Holding (33%).
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