Mark Rosenberg reports for The Victoria Advocate, the second oldest paper in Texas, where he reports on the rural counties surrounding the small city on the coastal plains. Rosenberg reported on criminal justice as an intern at the Cincinnati Enquirer, where he contributed to Accused, the Enquirer ’s true-crime podcast. Previously, he worked as a breaking news intern at the Toledo Blade, reporting on public policy and rural politics. He earned his B.A. from Yale University, where he served as editor-in-chief of The New Journal, a magazine that publishes narrative and investigative reporting. He is from Lexington, Massachusetts.
Established in 1846 – the same year the Republic of Texas joined the Union – the Victoria Advocate has a rich tradition of local ownership and stewardship of its community. It was named the Newspaper of the Year in 2014 by the Local Media Association.
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