When the former 'without leaving a trace'-host Ditte Haue look back in 2019, there is specifically an event that overshadows everything else: Jobskiftet from the DR to the TV2.
I am enormously grateful for the great reception I have received from the viewers. And I need to still myself in the arm every day when I go to work, because I have such good colleagues on the News. I am pleased every time, when I have guard. So I feel very fortunate, tells the 33-year-old tv host and makes it clear that she is not in a hurry to move:
- I feel I have landed on the right shelf and would like me to be here for some time. 'Without leaving a trace', I knew, was for a specific time period. The lifestyle that comes with so many travel days, is hard to reconcile with a life with friends and family in Denmark. And I just love to make news. So it feels totally right to be the country here now.
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TV2's location in the middle of the island of Funen means that Ditte Haue don to come with a little extra pendlertid, but as she herself points out, it's not nearly as bad as when she made 'without leaving a trace':
- even Though that may be far from Odense to Copenhagen, then it's nothing compared to Copenhagen/Columbia, like 'without leaving a trace' required. So I think, this is luxury compared to before, she says.
- And then I actually started to keep of the train ride. On the way there, I can work and read up on today's nyhedsbillede. On the way home, I have just one hour to fall down on, if the day has been long, and there has been press. So it fits me really well with a train ride. And so, Odense is a nice city, as I had not really known before.
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even Though she enjoyed the time with Denmark's undisputed public service juggernaut, is Ditte Haue therefore fallen well in place by the TV2 also has the job also stirred up the old news reporter in her:
- I have been taken hugely well received by everyone on the TV2, and I'm very happy to be back and making news. I worked in tv news at the DR, before I started to make 'without leaving a trace', so nyhedsjournalisten in me has long yearned to get back in the wheel, she says.
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