- Associated Press - Friday, December 11, 2015

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. (AP) - The editor of The Record newspaper is retiring.

The Record said Friday that editor and vice president Martin “Marty” Gottlieb will step down at the end of January.

Gottlieb took over in 2012.

He started his career in journalism as a reporter at The Record, in northern New Jersey, in the early 1970s.

He went on to hold a number of reporting and editing jobs, including the position of managing editor, at the New York Daily News.



He was later editor of the Village Voice and global editions editor at The New York Times, overseeing the International Herald Tribune.

Publisher Stephen Borg says Gottlieb led a successful effort to make the Record an excellent newspaper, “day in and day out.”

Details on the naming of a successor were not given.

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