VPRO

VPRO

VPRO is a company operating in various media, producing radio and television programs. It uses digital theme channels, operates websites, as well as features a publishing program guide and organizing cultural activities for members. It is also engaged in development of MMBase.

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HQ Location
Netherlands
Year Founded
1926
Employees
503
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