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Tom Rose

Tom Rose

Tom Rose has been Publisher and CEO of the Jerusalem Post, a Hollinger International property, since May, 1998.

In that time, Rose has helped turn the Post into one of the world's great newspaper brands. Through expanding and improving current print products as well as creating new web based products, the number of people worldwide accessing the Jerusalem Post has increased from 300,000 per week in 1998 to more than seven million per week today.

Before moving to Jerusalem, Rose worked at the Post's sister paper, the Chicago Sun-Times. From 1992 to 1997, Rose served as Special Assistant to Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith. His career as a television and radio journalist has taken Rose to more than 20 nations, including South Africa, where as a freelance journalist he worked as a correspondent for PBS-Television and the Philippines where he covered the 1986 revolution for CBS Radio.

Rose writes regularly about Israel and the Middle East for the Weekly Standard Magazine, the Chicago Sun-Times and appears frequently on radio and television in the United States.

Rose's first book, Freeing the Whales, How the Media Created the World's Greatest Non-Event, was selected by the Editors of Reader's Digest as "The Best of Non Fiction 1990."

Rose earned his BA from Brandeis University in 1980 and his Master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism in 1985. Rose spent the first Gulf War as a volunteer in the Israel Defense Forces. Tom and his wife Rachel live in Jerusalem with their three sons.

Recent articles by Tom Rose

THE VIEW FROM THE GULAG: AN INTERVIEW WITH NATAN SHARANSKYWeekly StandardJune 21, 2004
RODE RAGEWeekly StandardJune 23, 2003
Bibi Does EconomicsWeekly StandardMarch 10, 2003
The Arc of Moderate IslamJerusalem PostFebruary 20, 2003
No-Goodnik LikudniksWeekly StandardJanuary 13, 2003

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