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Noah Cohen is a multi-platform journalist and proud Teaneck-native with a passion for bringing readers the latest local news and information.
Today, he is an editor at Patch.com, covering his hometown of Teaneck. He covers breaking news, community features and government. In addition to reporting, Noah oversees editorial content for the site and manages a team of dedicated staff.
He has a range of experience beginning with an internship with police officers in West Philadelphia and the New York City Mayor's Office, national TV appearances and time as a freelance reporter.
As a freelancer, Noah reported for a statewide news start-up founded by former Star-Ledger reporters. He also wrote for Philadelphia Magazine's website.
Noah worked in media relations at Drexel University, a private, nationally ranked institution in Philadelphia serving more than 23,000 students. He formed solid relationships with members of the Philadelphia media, and managed media for local and national news events. Noah was also responsible for the University’s social media communications.
In college, Noah was editor-in-chief of an independent campus newspaper reaching more than 10,000 online readers and 12,000 weekly in print. He led a 20-person newsroom from a print to online focus. Noah and his team were selected by regional media to provide online coverage of two presidential primary debates in Philadelphia.
He broke news of an investigation into his University's handling of student loans and covered a student accused in a high-profile fraud scheme. Noah has been published on NYTimes.com, the New York Post, PBS Washington Week and college newspapers.
For Noah, no story is too small. From the 3 a.m. fire to the new shop on Cedar Lane, he'll be there to bring Teaneck the story.