The Record commonly known as The Bergen Record is a famous newspaper, published in New Jersey, United States. The Newspaper is the 2nd largest daily newspaper, circulated in the State after The Star-Ledger. Besides Bergen County, it is circulated in other three counties including Hudson and Passaic counties. Formerly, The Record had established main office in Hackensack and had opened bureau in Wayne. The Bergen Record has shifted its office to Woodland after acquiring News of Passaic. Thomas E. Franklin, a photographer of the newspaper had taken a photo of three firefighters after terrorist attack on World Trade Center on 11th September 2001. These firefighters were flying flag of country over the rubble of the building. This photo is known as raising the Flag at Ground Zero.
The Bergen Record History and Operations
First edition of The Bergen Record was issued in on 5th of June 1895. The Newspaper is operated by the Borg family; it is the main publication of the North Jersey Media Group. North Jersey Media Group is family operated media company. The Newspaper had enhanced operations during 1952 to 1963 and became a regional newspaper from a local newspaper. The Newspaper is published by Stephen A Borg and edited by Martin Gottlieb. 144,897 copies of the Newspaper are circulated daily and 167,969 copies are circulated on Sunday. The Bergen Record is published like a magazine and publishes "The Patch" on the front page instead of breaking news. The Patch is an investigation report. The postal and official address, email address and phone number (helpline) of Bergen Record Service Center
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