Tom Magnar Hetland (born 10 July 1954 in Sandnes) is a Norwegian journalist and editor.
He majored in history at the University of Bergen, with minors in Norwegian and Russian. While studying he was editor in Norsk Tidend . He also worked as a journalist in various minor newspapers.
He was hired as a journalist Stavanger Aftenblad in 1986 and became political editor in 1998. In 2002 he was appointed acting chief editor; the position was made permanent in 2003.
Jørgen Juve was a Norwegian football player, jurist, journalist and non-fiction writer. He played as a striker for Lyn, and also for the Norway national team. He is the highest scoring player ever for Norway, with 33 goals in just 45 games. He was captain of the Norwegian team which won Olympic bronze medals in the 1936 Summer Olympics. He also had a career as a journalist for Dagbladet and Tidens Tegn, and wrote several books.
Johan Collett Müller Borgen was a Norwegian author, journalist and critic. His best-known work is the novel Lillelord for which he was awarded the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature in 1955. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1966.
Arvid Helmer Johanson was a Norwegian newspaper editor and politician for the Labour Party. He served five full terms in the Parliament of Norway, was Norway's second Minister of Petroleum and Energy from 1980 to 1981, and outside politics he spent most of his career in the newspaper Halden Arbeiderblad.
Svein Roald Hansen is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
Jakob Johan Sigfrid Friis was a Norwegian journalist, publicist, historian and archivist. He was a newspaper editor and member of the Norwegian Parliament.
Trond Hegna was a Norwegian author, journalist and editor. He served as a member of the Norwegian Parliament from Rogaland from 1949–1965.
Steinar Gullvåg is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
Mass media in Norway outlines the current state of the press, television, radio, film and cinema, and social media in Norway.
Nils Carl Aspenberg is a Norwegian journalist, historian, author and businessperson. He has written numerous books on rail transport, and is chief executive officer of Baneforlaget.
Vegard Sletten was a Norwegian newspaper editor. He worked in Stavanger Aftenblad from 1929 to 1945, except for the World War II years during parts of which he was imprisoned, and then in Verdens Gang from 1945. He edited the latter newspaper from 1967 to 1977, and chaired both the Norwegian Union of Journalists and the Norwegian Press Association. Like his father Klaus Sletten he was also a Nynorsk supporter.
Carl Just was a Norwegian journalist.
Anders Johnsen Buen was a Norwegian typographer, newspaper editor, trade unionist and politician. He belonged to the Norwegian Labour Party from the start, being party secretary as well as editor of the party organs Social-Demokraten and Ny Tid, but politically he was described as a "reformist pragmatic", and was thus a member of the breakaway Social Democratic Labour Party of Norway from 1921 to 1927.
Hans Fredrik Dahl is a Norwegian historian, journalist and media scholar, best known in the English-speaking world for his biography of Vidkun Quisling, a Nazi collaborationist and Minister President for Norway during the Second World War. His research is focused on media history, the totalitarian ideologies of the 20th century, and the Second World War. He served as culture editor of Dagbladet 1978–1985 and has been a board member of the paper since 1996. He was a professor at the University of Oslo 1988–2009, and is now a professor emeritus.
Svein Døvle Larssen was a Norwegian newspaper editor. He spent most of his career in the Conservative press in the county of Vestfold, and was also an elected politician for the Conservative Party. He also held a number of positions in Norwegian media organizations.
Lars Kristian Holst was a Norwegian journalist, newspaper editor and politician.
Per Voksø was a Norwegian newspaper editor and Christian leader.
Arne Tumyr is a Norwegian former journalist, newspaper editor and politician, and former leader of the organisation Stop Islamisation of Norway.
Knut Olav Åmås is a Norwegian writer, editor and politician for the Conservative Party.
Ivar Hippe is a Norwegian author, political consultant, former journalist and presenter. He received national media attention in 1982 when he was expelled from Argentina by the government. On his return to Norway he began working for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK). In 1999 he became editor-in-chief of the Norwegian financial journal Økonomisk Rapport.
Nils Vogt was a Norwegian journalist and newspaper editor. Born into a family of politicians and civil servants, he became the first chairman of the Norwegian Press Association and the Conservative Press Association. Vogt worked at the conservative newspaper Morgenbladet for 45 years, acting as editor-in-chief from 1894 to 1913. He wrote numerous articles during his lifetime, advocating independence from Sweden and the Riksmål standard of written Norwegian.
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