Below is a list of newspapers in the Netherlands. List of Dutch newspapers

Newspapers in the Netherlands are issued every day, with the exception of Sunday and some general holidays. The total number of printed daily newspapers is 28 in 2018, down from 35 in 2009.[1] Of the 27 dailies in 2019, 10 are national, 16 regional and 1 local. Some of the regional newspapers offer editions for smaller regions, as does the national Algemeen Dagblad for its readers in South Holland and Utrecht.

List of Dutch newspapers and news sites for news and information on politics, sports, entertainments, jobs, education, tourism, lifestyles, real estate, business, and more.

The number of national daily newspapers in the Netherlands was 108 in 1950, 38 in 1965,[2] and 10 in 2018.

The last circulation figures are for 2017. From 2018 onwards no print circulations are released, just monthly brand exposure (read the publication at least once – in print or online). These figures are for the national press for quarter 3 of 2018:1. ADR Nieuwsmedia, 10,142k, 69.6% (Algemeen Dagblad plus DPG Media‘s regional newspapers)2. De Telegraaf, 7,538k, 51.8%3. De Volkskrant, 4,752k, 32.6%5. Metro, 3,852k, 26.4%6. NRC, 3,775k, 25.9% (NRC Handelsblad plus NRC Next)7. Trouw, 2,808k, 19.3%19. Het Financieele Dagblad, 1,076k, 7.4%25. Reformatorisch Dagblad, 720k, 4.9%

In between and below in this ranking are national magazines

Dutch regional newspapers

Dutch news sites