List of Jewish American journalists

This is a list of famous Jewish American journalists. For other famous Jewish Americans, see List of Jewish Americans.


  1. Obituary from Chicago Sun-Times July 21, 1999 (source
  2. "Interview With Pearl Paterson Thompson" interviewed by Greg Kupsky, from Rutgers Oral History Archives: "GK: Did you ever see any examples of anti-Semitism at Rutgers? PT: [....]There was someone else I knew who changed his name, and there was a very famous columnist, Martin Agronsky [Rutgers College, 1936], who is listed in the Rutgers yearbook as Martin Agrons, but later, a few years afterwards when he became famous, he decided to live up to his name. So, I had and still have some very good Jewish friends."
  3. "the Jewish reporter Carl Bernstein, who busted Nixon, in All the President’s Men..."
  4. "He listed a few of "us"..."
  6. Rottenberg, Dan (1996), "Caceres", Finding Our Fathers: A Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy, Genealogical Publishing Co., p. 187
  7. Matt Drudge and Julia Phillips (2000). "DRUDGE MANIFESTO, Chapter one". Denver Post. Retrieved 2007-03-02.
  8. ""She's an informed anchor, and totally unafraid to be Jewish on the air," Brandwynne said. "There was a time when it wasn't such a hot idea to admit that you were Jewish. We've come to another place." "I love our history, our perseverance, our individuality and devotion to family," Fernandez said. "I'm very proud of the Jewish people and [their] contributions to society and world culture.""
  9. "This, combined with the fact that Friedman is Jewish, makes all the more..."
  10. 1 2 "NPR’s On the Media—a brilliant weekly radio show that expertly covers journalism and the arts from the perspective of how they’re produced, circulated, and consumed—is hosted by two Jews, Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone . . ."
  11. "I wanted to dismiss Goldberg’s good fortune as just the luck of the Irish, except Bernie Goldberg is Jewish."
  12. Jeffrey Goldberg "Goldberg recently won the Anti-Defamation League's Daniel Pearl Award and goes so far as to suggest that being Jewish has benefited him in his dealings with terrorists. "I've always found it to my advantage. I use my Jewishness as a tool.""
  13. "Unlike most Jewish youngsters of their era, they led rootless lives..."
  14. "“You’re Jewish, aren’t you, Seymour?” In all our previous conversations..."
  15. Look who's talking The Observer, 14 April 2002
  16. Hitch-22, page 352.
  17. "So which Jews make the list? New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, and columnist Krugman
  18. "As a Jew, I have always wished for and worked toward peace and civility in the Palestinian territories and Israel."
  20. "Friends, family remember slain Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl..."
  21. "few months back, leftist Jewish critics, such as Frank Rich, Abraham Foxman and Leon Wieseltier..."
  22. "His name was Geraldo Rivera (pictured), an attorney, he was young, Jewish / Hispanic"
  23. "But Steve, a Jewish boy from New Jersey, was in strange territory..."
  24. Powell's Books - Best Contemporary Jewish Writing by Michael Lerner
  25. Schorr "Schorr suggests in the 2004 anthology “I Am Jewish: Personal Reflections Inspired by the Last Words of Daniel Pearl.” “We Jews are searchers for truth, sometimes called investigative reporting,” Schorr writes in his personal essay for the book."
  26. "Muckraking Jewish journalist George Seldes lived by the motto: "Tell the truth and run.""
  27. "But Siegel, who discussed his experiences growing up Jewish in America..."
  28. Dodd, Chris (July 1, 1994). "HONORING THE MEMORY OF MORRIS SIEGEL". Congressional Record. Retrieved 2014-05-12.
  29. "VETERAN SPORTS COLUMNIST 'MO' SIEGEL DIES". Associated Press. June 2, 1994. Retrieved 2014-05-12. ...The Atlanta Constitution and worked over the years for The Richmond Times-Dispatch, The Washington Post, The Washington Daily News, the Washington Star and The Washington Times... ...three local television stations as sports anchor and in radio. He did color broadcasting for the Washington Redskins in the 1950s and 1960s.
  30. Berrin, Danielle (November 7, 2008). "Q&A with Joel Stein: The Los Angeles Times is 'not a happy place'". The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles. Retrieved 2014-05-14. Q: What's Jewish about you?
    A: My name, my face.... I've gotten so much Jewier since moving to L.A. This is the Jewiest place compared to New York.
  31. Sahl, Mort (March 31, 2004). Cook, Dana, ed. "Meeting Gloria Steinem: first encounters and initial impressions - A 70th birthday celebration". Retrieved 2014-05-14. And Gloria became a professional liberal. That’s easy for a Jewish girl from Cleveland whose father was a junk dealer and who went to Smith College. (1958)
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  33. Jewish Exponent: "Grads Hear Jake Tapper's Rap About 'Lashon Hara'" by bryan Schwartzman June 14, 2012
  34. Wallace "Wallace, who said he is Jewish and was brought up in a Zionist home, admitted that earlier in the day he “got himself in trouble for asking provocative questions.”"
  35. Quinn, Sally (2006-12-22). "Television Personality Looks Anew At Religion". Washington Post/Newsweek. Retrieved 2006-12-22.
  36. "Werman: 'Well, I'm really not observant -- my mother converted to Judaism before I was born, and my father was born Jewish but not religious. I was brought up in Jewish culture, but never had a bar mitzvah.'"
  37. "Walter Winchell, a lower class Russian-American Jewish boy who morphed..."
  38. "Meet Gideon Yago, the 25-year-old Jew from New York, who was sent to cover America's war in Iraq for MTV."
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