Meet the Editors

(Photo by Gwynne Hogan/Voices of NY)

Lover of Cities, Agent for Change

As City Limits editor, Jarrett Murphy pursues a lifetime commitment to meaningful and provocative journalism.

I-Der Jeng, editor-in-chief of China Press (Photo by Antonia Massa/Voices of NY)

An Old-School Editor Helms the China Press

East Asian, Featured Posts, Media, Meet the Editors, Voices' Picks December 13, 2013 at 2:14 pm

I-der Jeng has navigated growth and change, including the switch to simplified Mandarin in 2000.

Baruch Herzfeld, founder of Zeno Radio, which allows immigrants to connect to radio stations from their home countries. (Photo by Rachel Bryson-Brockmann/Voices of NY)

‘Entrepreneur’ Links Immigrants to Radio Stations Back Home

Baruch Herzfeld founded ZenoRadio, which allows homesick immigrants to hear news and music from back home.

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El Diario’s Editor Seeks Journalism with ‘Social Impact’

A policeman’s daughter, Erica Gonzalez steers El Diario in its 100th year with hard news and collaborations.

Kevin Boyle, editor of the Wave, in front of the paper's Rockaway Beach Boulevard office. (Photo by Rachel Bryson-Brockmann/Voices of NY)

Rockaway’s Paper ‘The Wave’ is Resilient Post-Sandy

Editor Kevin Boyle says despite many obstacles thrown its way, Rockaway and its local paper will survive.

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Nepalese Journalist Rises with the Community

Featured Posts, Meet the Editors, South Asian, Voices' Picks October 9, 2013 at 12:26 pm

Kishor Panthi, editor of Khasokhas, finds future in NY as Nepalese community nearly triples over 10 years.

Tomasz Deptula is the executive editor at Nowy Dziennik, a leading Polish daily newspaper in New York and New Jersey. (Photo by Gwynne Hogan/Voices of NY)

A Lifetime Covering Polonia, from Warsaw to Greenpoint

Eastern European, Featured Posts, Media, Meet the Editors October 4, 2013 at 2:11 pm

In two decades at Nowy Dziennik, editor Tomasz Deptula has witnessed profound changes in the Polish community.

Bangladeshi Childhood Spurs Life in Journalism

Bangladeshi Childhood Spurs Life in Journalism

Abu Taher, editor of the weekly Bangla Patrika, wrote his first story at age 14.

Photo by Melanie Bencosme

Professor Turned Journalist Bridges NY and India

Indrajit Saluja was a professor for over three decades before he launched an English-language newspaper in his native India. Since then, he has been involved in starting six newspapers in New York, including the one he currently oversees, The Indian Panorama.

One-Man Orchestra Behind 17-yr-o Romanian Paper

One-Man Orchestra Behind 17-yr-o Romanian Paper

For 17 years, Grigore L. Culian has almost single-handedly managed the weekly Romanian-language newspaper New York Magazin from his home in Queens.