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Broadcast areaNetherlands
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Launched1 November 1989 (1989-11-01) (Planned)
FounderPeter Jelgersma
Joop van den Ende

TV10 would have been the first official Dutch commercial TV channel airing in the Netherlands. The launch date was set on 1 November 1989. The TV Station was a cooperation between Peter Jelgersma and Joop van den Ende. The Dutch government was, at the time, against commercial television and prohibited it from broadcasting. The channel would have been a general entertainment channel. Eventually, most programs and television celebrities from TV10 moved to competitor RTL Véronique (now known as RTL 4) which had launched under a Luxembourgian television licence.[1]


  1. ^ Geschiedenis van 1989 - Het jaar 1989, archived from the original on 2007-10-31, retrieved 2020-08-23