Ted Natt (1941 – August 7, 1999) was a Pulitzer Prize–winning publisher.
Natt was publisher of the Longview Daily News in 1981 when the paper and its staff won the Pulitzer Prize for Local, General, or Spot Reporting.
On August 7, 1999, Natt attended a memorial service for writer Willard R. Espy in Oysterville, Washington, and at night boarded a helicopter to fly home. Natt and the pilot never arrived at their planned destination of Kelso, Washington, and for several weeks their disappearance was a mystery. On September 11, 1999, however, a group of bow hunters discovered a crash site about six miles east of Knappa, Oregon. Natt's dead body was still strapped into his seat.