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HUMO is a popular, independent, Belgian weekly radio and television magazine, written in Dutch.

Originally the magazine was titled Humoradio, for 'humor' and 'radio'.

Humoradio was first published in 1936 as a Dutch language counterpart to Le Moustique. During World War II between 1940 and 1944 it was not published. In 1958, when television started to reach a larger audience, the magazine was renamed to Humo.

HUMO organizes Humo's Rock Rally, an important Belgian contest for young rock bands.

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