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24h01 is a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It is sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it is the first Belgian mook. It is published in French twice a year..

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  • 24h01 is a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It is sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it is the first Belgian mook. It is published in French twice a year..
  • 24h01 is a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It is sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it is the first Belgian mook. It is published in French twice a year.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. In June 2018 the magazine ceased publication due to the financial problems.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine. In June 2018 24h01 ceased publication due to the financial problems. The twelfth issue was the last.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage. The first issue was published in October 2013. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine. In June 2018 24h01 ceased publication due to the financial problems. The twelfth issue was the last.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage. The first issue was published in October 2013. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. 24h01 was part of slow journalism containing long reports and in-depth investigations. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage based in Brussels, Belgium. The first issue was published in October 2013. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. 24h01 was part of slow journalism containing long reports and in-depth investigations. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine.
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  • 24h01 is a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It is sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it is the first Belgian mook. It is published in French twice a year..
  • 24h01 is a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It is sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it is the first Belgian mook. It is published in French twice a year.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. In June 2018 the magazine ceased publication due to the financial problems.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage, created in August 2012. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine. In June 2018 24h01 ceased publication due to the financial problems. The twelfth issue was the last.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage. The first issue was published in October 2013. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine. In June 2018 24h01 ceased publication due to the financial problems. The twelfth issue was the last.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage. The first issue was published in October 2013. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. 24h01 was part of slow journalism containing long reports and in-depth investigations. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine. In June 2018 24h01 ceased publication due to the financial problems. The twelfth issue was the last.
  • 24h01 was a Belgian biannual review of copyright journalism and reportage based in Brussels, Belgium. The first issue was published in October 2013. It was sold in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as in Paris and northern France. Halfway between a book and a magazine, it was the first Belgian mook. It was published in French twice a year. 24h01 was part of slow journalism containing long reports and in-depth investigations. Later its frequency was switched to quarterly. Catherine Joie was the editor-in-chief of the magazine. In June 2018 24h01 ceased publication due to the financial problems. The twelfth issue was the last.
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