Stephen A. Borg

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Stephen A. Borg

Stephen A. Borg
Born May 13, 1968
New York City
Nationality American
Education Business
Alma mater Dwight-Englewood School; Dartmouth, Columbia
Occupation Publisher
Employer North Jersey Media Group
Known for Publisher (Record)
Spouse(s) Monika Raquel Lokey
Children Alexander, Austin, Charlie, William

Stephen A. Borg, born in New York City, May 15, 1968, is an American newspaper publisher and President of North Jersey Media Group (NJMG).[1] He lives in Tenafly, New Jersey and is a native of Englewood .[2] Stephen Borg is the third child of Malcolm Borg, of Englewood (where he grew up)[3] [4] and the fourth generation of the Borg family to be publisher of The Record (Bergen County), NJMG's flagship publication. The Borg family wholly owns NJMG, which publishes two daily newspapers (The Record of Bergen County and the Herald News of Passaic County); more than 40 community newspapers; a family of glossy magazines, including the popular (201) Magazine, Bergen County's only monthly magazine; NorthJersey.com and Bergen.com.[5]

Stephen A. Borg graduated from Dartmouth College and Columbia Business School. Stephen also attended the Media Management and Leadership program at Poynter Institute and worked for Blair Television in Dallas before becoming President of North Jersey Media Group and Publisher of The Record.[6] He was on the board of the Friends of the Palisades, plays goalie for the Englewood Field Club men's hockey team, and is active in the Bergen Family Center.[7]

Stephen Borg is also the grandson of Charles A. Agemian. He is married[3] and has four children.

References

  1. Stephen A. Borg Takes Helm at North Jersey Media Group, accessed March 7, 2012
  2. Who Needs Newspapers?, accessed February 14, 2012
  3. 3.0 3.1 Monica Lokey weds Stephen Borg, accessed March 7, 2012
  4. Commencement Honoree Malcolm A. Borg, accessed March 7, 2012
  5. About North Jersey Media Group, accessed January 31, 2012
  6. On and Off The Record by Patricia Sherlock, printed by Dolan/Wohlers Company, Inc., 1995
  7. Stephen Borg the Bergen.com Bio, accessed January 31, 2012

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