Gary Rosenblatt is (2003) the editor and publisher of The Jewish Week.
Gary Rosenblatt (7 November 2003):
I am prepared, as an American and a Jew, to make the well being of Israel my primary concern
From the Write On For Israel website biography:
GARY ROSENBLATT – Founding Director
Gary Rosenblatt is editor and publisher of The Jewish Week of New York, the largest Jewish newspaper in the United States. Prior to coming to New York in 1993, Rosenblatt was editor of the Baltimore Jewish Times for 19 years. Rosenblatt is chairman of the Jewish Investigative Journalism Fund, and has won numerous awards for his writing from secular and Jewish organizations.
His analysis of the Simon Wiesenthal Center of Los Angeles was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in the category of Special Reporting in 1985. The honor marked the first time an article in a Jewish publication was cited in the Pulitzer competition, which dates back to 1917.
His investigative reporting on a rabbi alleged to have abused teenagers in his charge for three decades received international attention and won the prestigious Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism in 2000. The award is presented by the Casey Journalism Center (at the University of Maryland) for distinguished coverage of disadvantaged and at-risk U.S. children and families.