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BRUZZ is the cross-platform brand under which the non-profit media organization Vlaams-Brusselse Media publishes and broadcasts news and culture programming from and about the Brussels Capital Region. It was set up in 2015 to replace five earlier print, broadcast and online outlets – Brusselnieuws.be, TV Brussel, FM Brussel, Agenda and Brussel Deze Week. These were merged to a single editorial staff, based in the historic Flagey Building (Ixelles), producing web, radio and television content.[1][2]

This restructuring was completed on 20 April 2016.[3]

References

  1. ^ Alan Hope (14 October 2015). "Vlaams-Brusselse Media renamed Bruzz". Flanders Today.
  2. ^ "Vlaams-Brusselse Media vervellen tot 'Bruzz': "Eén grote, centrale en digitale redactie"". Het Laatste Nieuws. Belga. 13 October 2015.
  3. ^ Alan Hope (20 April 2016). "FM Brussel and Agenda relaunch as Bruzz". Flanders Today.

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