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The Foundation Hindu Media,  Dutch: Organisatie Hindoe Media (abbr. OHM), was a special broadcaster on the Netherlands Public Broadcasting system, which was allowed to broadcast on radio and television because of their religious background. They made programming for the Dutch Hindu community.
OHM was one of the "2.42 broadcasters" (named after the Article 2.42 of the Mediawet, the Dutch media law, which allowed faith-based broadcasters to get airtime on radio and TV without having to have any members).
On January 1, 2016, the broadcasters in the NPO were reduced to eight  , and the 2.42-broadcasters, including OHM, ceased to exist. NTR became responsible for producing programming for Hindu people  .
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The Dutch public broadcasting system is a set of organizations that together take care of public service television and radio broadcasting in the Netherlands. It is composed of a foundation called Nederlandse Publieke Omroep (NPO), which acts as its governing body, and a number of public broadcasters. The Dutch Media Act 2008 regulates how air time is divided and puts the administration of the public broadcasting system in the hands of the Board of Directors of NPO.
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