History and profile
Ságat was founded in Vadsø in 1957 and moved to Lakselv in 1981, where it still is based today. The editor since 1978 has been Geir Wulff. The paper was published five days per week. Later it became a daily newspaper.
Ságat had a circulation of 2,717 copies in 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.
- Kristian Olsen 1956-1957
- Hans J. Henriksen and Thor Frette 1958-1961
- Hans J. Henriksen 1961-1964
- Nils Jernsletten 1964-1966
- Isak Østmo 1966-1966
- Hans J. Henriksen 1966-1967
- Albert Johansen 1967-1968
- Odd Mathis Hætta 1968-1974
- Peder Andreas Varsi, Johan Store and Arne Wulff 1974-1975
- Geir Wulff 1976
- Bjarne Store Jakobsen 1976-1978
- Geir Wulff 1978-
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