| Karine Thyness|
15-17 times per year
| Women's magazine|
| 1957; 60 years ago (1957)|
Det Nye is a Norwegian language women's magazine based in Oslo, Norway. It is one of the oldest magazines published in the country.
Det Nye Wikipedia
Det Nye was first published in 1957. The target group of the magazine is women aged 18-25 years. The magazine was published on a monthly basis until 1989 when its frequency was shifted to 15-17 times a year. It is owned and published by Egmont Group. Its headquarters is in Oslo.
The target audience of Det Nye is young women aged 18-35 years. The magazine contains feature articles as well as material on careers, fashion, sex and relationships. The magazine also covers articles concerning the liberation of women. From September 2006 the chief editor was Elizabeth Skårberg. In 2008 Hanne Aardal was made the magazine's editor in chief. On 1 March 2011 Mari Midtstigen was appointed editor.
Det Nye had a circulation of 110,400 copies in 1981 and 113,600 copies in 1982. In 1999 it was one of the best-selling two women's magazines in Norway with a circulation of 70,000 copies.