Jerome Socolovsky

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Jerome Socolovsky was the religion reporter for Voice of America.

From 2002 to 2010, he was a freelance correspondent[1] stationed in Spain, mainly reporting for NPR, but also for Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

A native of Teaneck, NJ and raised in Drexel Hill, PA, Socolovsky graduated from Upper Darby High School in 1982 where he was inducted as a notable alum on its Wall of Fame, as well as from the Gratz College supplementary Hebrew high school[2] and the University of Pennsylvania in 1986. He also has master's degrees from Harvard University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He speaks Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Hebrew, German and French.

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  1. ^ Hansen, Liane (November 30, 2003). "Interview: Freelance reporter Jerome Socolovsky discusses the response of the Spanish government and the mood of the Spanish people in reaction to the deaths of Spanish intelligence agents". National Public Radio. Retrieved 12 August 2011.
  2. ^ url=https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=286902854710907&set=t.780800883&type=3&theater

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