Qmusic previously was written as Q-music, which is a Dutch
commercial radio station which has been broadcasting since August 31, 2005, and
the station is owned by the Belgian media company De Persgroep. De Persgroep
took on the cable and terrestrial frequencies of Noordzee FM from Talpa Radio
for a symbolic sum of one Euro on July 1, 2005. It was the unconditional
frequency package by John de Mol, owner of Talpa. At that time, it was not
allowed to have multiple unconditional frequency packages in possession in the Netherlands.
The new owners began on August 31, 2005, around 20:30, a few hours earlier than
had been announced after two months with a stripped down version of Noordzee FM
have gone by. When these so-called feel-good formulas with many recent hits,
short presentations, a remarkable morning show, and many actions, also caught
on in the Netherlands,
the market share has risen significantly.
The first time it’s as the second most listened radio
station in the Netherlands
in October and November 2014. Qmusic won the Marconi Award for the best radio
station in 2008 and 2015. Although the Flemish Qmusic is not covered by De
Persgroep, it was by subsidiary Medialaan. When Qmusic used the first years of
the Noordzee FM studio on the 's Gravelandseweg in Hilversum,
it moved at the end of September 2009, to the former bubble-gum factory Maple
Leaf on the industrial Overamstel in Amsterdam.
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