De Telegraaf

Daily newspaper

De Telegraaf is still the highest circulation daily newspaper and the only tabloid in the Netherlands, yet over the past years its circulation in the Dutch context has been in a steady decline. De Telegraaf has been printed in tabloid format since 2014. Founded in 1893, De Telegraaf was banned after World War II for collaboration with the Nazis, but the ban was lifted in 1949. Owing to its polemic right-wing editorial policy the paper is often accused of campaign journalism. It is mainly read by low earners and the middle class. For many years De Telegraaf's circulation figures have been falling faster than those of any other newspaper in The Netherlands.

Political orientation Right-wing
Circulation 480,000 (2019)
Frequency of publication Monday to Saturday
Visits 500.000 – 1.000.000
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Amsterdam, Netherlands
Publisher De Telegraaf Media Groep
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1893
Address Basisweg 30, 1043 AP Amsterdam
Phone 0031 20 5859111
Twitter @telegraaf