Editor-in-chief Friesch Dagblad stops
Lútsen Kooistra stops in 2017 after 22 years as editor of the Friesch Dagblad. He takes over on may 1. goodbye, he made Monday known. Who takes his place, is not yet known.
According to Kooistra (1951) comes to his retirement, on a “course time”.
“When I started, I noticed many great skepticism about the future of the Friesch Dagblad. It is interesting that over twenty years later, the newspaper is a new step to the future.”
Kooistra started his career at the same newspaper and later worked as a journalist at the Binnenhof, a roman catholic newspaper in The Hague as head of communications for the bible society in Haarlem.
In 1994, he was editor-in-chief and later director of the Friesch Dagblad.