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Michael Koretzky is an American journalist, editor and writer.
Koretzky attended the University of Florida in the early 1980s, where he worked at the Independent Florida Alligator, UF's student-run newspaper. After several attempts he was selected to become the editor in chief in 1987.
He has worked at several publications including the Sun-Sentinel in Florida and XS. While working at the Sentinel, covering the city of Boynton Beach, he started his own publication, Ice Magazine. He also was the managing editor of a jazz magazine, Jazziz.
Koretzky also organized a First Amendment Free Food Festival on the campus of Florida Atlantic University on Constitution Day in 2006. He received a grant from College Media Advisers and the South Florida Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists to host the event.
- Alligator Alumni
- That's Why They Called It XS
- The Jazziz Idea
- To Observe the First Amendment
- "‘Journoterrorist’ Teaches Students It’s OK To Fail". Editor and Publisher. 8 Aug 2012.
- Travis, Scott (28 May 2010). "FAU adviser fired, but still advising". Sun-Sentinel. Retrieved 5 May 2015.
- Sheperd, Gail (19 May 2010). "FAU Fires Longtime University Press Adviser Michael Koretzky". New Times Broward-Palm Beach. Retrieved 5 May 2015.
- "Why some SPJ leaders are engaging Gamergate". Columbia Journalism Review. 23 Nov 2015.