Ságat

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Ságat is a Sámi newspaper written in Norwegian that is published in the county of Finnmark in Norway with a circulation of 2,717 [1] (2007). Although the original idea of the newspaper was that it should have articles written in both Sámi and Norwegian, today it uses Norwegian almost exclusively in its articles.

The paper was founded in Vadsø in 1956 and moved to Lakselv in 1981, where it still is based today. The editor since 1978 has been Geir Wulff.

Editors-in-chief[edit]

Circulation[edit]

  • 2002: 2,427
  • 2003: 2,507
  • 2004: 2,501
  • 2005: 2,407
  • 2006: 2,523
  • 2007: 2,717

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Opplagstall 2007 for aviser tilslutta". Landslaget for Lokalaviser (LLA). Retrieved 14 July 2009.