Jojanneke van den Berge

Jojanneke van den Berge (Eindhoven, 30 May 1980) is a Dutch journalist who worked for the broadcasting association PowNed.[1]

Jojanneke van den Berge
Van den Berge (2021)
Born30 May 1980 (age 41)
Other namesPowjanneke
OccupationJournalist, broadcaster and presenter


Van den Berge studied Communication Science and International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam.[2]


For three years she wrote stories for the opinion magazine HP/De Tijd and until September 2010 also for the free newspaper De Pers. For that paper she wrote together with Mark Koster as Koster and Jojanneke.[3]

From September 2010 until July 2012 she worked as a reporter for the PowNed television programme PowNews.[1][4]


  1. ^ a b (in Dutch) Mensen , De Volkskrant, 20 May 2010 (WebCite archive )
  2. ^ (in Dutch) Jojanneke van den Berge Archived 2012-10-02 at WebCite on the official website of Nederland 3 (WebCite archive )
  3. ^ (in Dutch) Koster & Jojanneke gaan in zaken , Koster & Jojanneke, De Pers, 27 August 2008 (Wayback Machine archive )
  4. ^ (in Dutch) 'Jojanneke van den Berge weg bij Powned' ,, 3 July 2012


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