History and profile
Mann was established in 1996. The target group was men aged between 20 and 40. It contained feature articles, as well as material on fashion, movies, music and technology. The editor-in-chief of the monthly was Knut Christian Moeng. It was owned by Hjemmet Mortensen AS, and its publisher is Egmont Hjemmet Mortensen.
Mann was the second best-selling men's magazine in Norway in 2003 with a circulation of 16,000 copies.
In 2014 Mann was named as the magazine of the year by Norwegian Media Business Association. However, the magazine ceased publication in November 2015 with the last issue appeared on 30 November.
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