Rockland County Business Journal
RCBJ (rcbizjournal.com) is Rockland County’s premiere source for business news. RCBJ’s 24/7 digital platform is out front on relevant stories – covering issues from a hyperlocal perspective but with regional and global relevance.
We are the county’s first digital-only news organization founded to serve the community with stories about the economy, retail, real estate, business profiles, and more. We understand how important it is to have a local news source that focuses on issues that matter, and that do so in a timely way. News organizations have turned their gaze away from local news – we fill that void.
RCBJ promotes excellence in journalism, social connectedness and civic engagement through our platform. Our online presence includes our website, daily news blasts to subscribers and social media engagement including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
Business and Legal Issues:
• All of our content is copyrighted and may not be used without our permission. However, feel free to share our content with attribution to “Rockland County Business Journal” and a link to the original material.
• If we make a mistake, please let us know. We strongly believe that once information is published, it should stay published as-is unless a correction or clarification is necessary.
• We don’t allow comments on our web site. If you want to say something about a story, you may do so through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram on an account with a verifiable identity. If we have reason to believe a comment is posted under a false name, we will remove it. Under the federal law, Rockland County Business Journal is in no way responsible for what commenters write.
• Our readers are our eyes and ears. If you have news to report, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Publisher & Editor
Producer and Director
Tina Traster is a socially-conscious, award-winning journalist, author, and filmmaker. She is also a 15-year resident of Rockland County.
Traster has worked in the newspaper and magazine industry since the early 1990s. She spent ten years as a reporter for The Bergen Record. For more than a decade, Traster wrote for Crains New York Business and The New York Post, including the regular column “Burb Appeal,” which chronicled the life of a transplanted city denizen to the suburbs.
Traster is also the author of the award-winning memoir Rescuing Julia Twice: A Mother’s Tale of Russian Adoption and Overcoming Reactive Attachment Disorder
Traster’s work has appeared in scores of newspapers, magazines and literary journals including The New York Times, The New York Post, Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, The Atlantic, The Journal News, Nyack News & Views, Redbook, Family Circle, Parade, Time Out New York, Audubon, Ski Magazine and many others
Applying journalism to a visual medium, Traster is the director and producer of the award-winning documentaries Catnip Nation (www.catnipnation.com) and This House Matters.
Email her at email@example.com
Business Development Director
Rick Tannenbaum brings many years of legal, business, publishing and real estate experience to Rockland County Business Journal.
With a business degree from Boston University and a law degree from University of Miami, Rick has been a lifetime serial entrepreneur developing businesses in food, retail, and publishing. He has a particular focus on commercial real estate and local and regional economic issues.
Tannenbaum has published law review articles and business-related newsletters. He is the recipient of an International Human Rights Award from the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He is also a licensed commercial real estate agent, avid woodworker (hand tools only) and fan of letterpress printing.
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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