Television in The Netherlands

Television in the Netherlands was introduced in 1951. In the Netherlands, the television market is divided between a number of commercial networks, such as RTL Nederland, and a system of public broadcasters sharing three channels, Nederland 1, Nederland 2, and Nederland 3. Imported programmes (other than those for children) are almost always shown in their original language, with subtitles.

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