Hans Vatne

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Hans Vatne (28 February 1923 – 10 October 1985) was a Norwegian newspaper editor.

He was born in Halden. He was hired in Morgenbladet in 1946 and Aftenposten in 1950. From 1953 to 1964 he was a subeditor in Morgenposten , but he then returned to Aftenposten in 1964. Here he was promoted to political editor in 1968 and editor-in-chief in 1970. He retired in 1984 and died the following year. [1]

Vatne was also a board member of the Norwegian Press Association from 1957 to 1963 and a member of the Norwegian Press Complaints Commission from 1961 to 1964.

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References

  1. "Hans Vatne". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Retrieved 31 March 2014.
Media offices
Preceded by
Henrik J. S. Huitfeldt
Torolv Kandahl
Chief editor of Aftenposten
1970–1984
(joint with Henrik J. S. Huitfeldt until 1973,
Reidar Lunde until 1978,
Trygve Ramberg from 1978)
Succeeded by
Trygve Ramberg
Egil Sundar