Kampeer & Caravan Kampioen (KCK) is characterised by carefully laid-out articles on camping in every sense of the word. Important areas for attention of the editors are camping tourism in the Netherlands & abroad, and information/news on the technical aspects of camping equipment. The editorial style is pleasing, sometimes critical - but always entertaining. Once a year, KCK includes special offers such as route maps, booklets and a filing system for campsites.
Toeractief was first published in 1991 and has a faithful readership of over 43,000 subscribers. In 2004 the magazine was completely revamped. And what was changed? To start with, Toeractief was enlarged from A5 format to the more usual magazine format with an insert route booklet in A5 format in every issue. The revised Toeractief is broader in approach and contains more than simply route information. Toeractief is informative, critical, reliable and professional, interesting and fun.
The Waterkampioen is the largest water sports magazine in the Netherlands. This magazine, published every other week, is aimed at boat owners, and therefore covers such subjects as boat management and maintenance. Other subjects include the design and construction of yachts, accessories, do-it-yourself, and tourism in the Netherlands & abroad. The information it provides is objective and partly because of its enormous expertise of a high quality.
The Kampioen is the largest family magazine in the Netherlands, with a readership of over 4,8 million. Its articles provide reliable and practical information on recreation, tourism, traffic and transport: subjects that are of interest to a wide audience. Every month, Kampioen arouses the interest of its readers with its themes, opinion-forming articles and background information. Pull-out route maps and booklets with practical tips provide the readers with useful additional information.
Buitenleven - ANWB’s first glossy magazine. Its themes range from the romance of the countryside and the four seasons to the wealth of our cultural heritage. Subjects like gardening, cookery, outdoor and nature, life style, culture and recreation are treated in every issue in an entertaining and diverting manner.
Op Pad is a magazine about active holidays out in the open. The magazine describes areas which have as yet scarcely been discovered by tourists. The articles focus on personal freedom coupled with a dose of adventure. Op Pad contains informative features on routes, maps and guides. It is also an authority on the practical testing of equipment for hiking, cycling, canoeing, mountain climbing, etc.
Promotor, the tourism-related motorcycling magazine of ANWB Media, is aimed at the newest category of motorcyclists: the leisure cyclist. This type of cyclist regards his motorcycle as a hobby rather than a mode of transport. The editorial staff of Promotor test the motorcycles and equipment featured themselves. In addition to motorcycles, the people behind the machines are also featured. Thanks to this formula, motorcyclists receive extensive information about their hobby.