Adam Stone, Publisher
Adam has worked in the local news industry for the past two decades in Westchester County and the broader Hudson Valley.
He founded Examiner Media in 2007 and prior to becoming a publisher/business owner, he worked as a reporter.
He covered local government and handled general interest beats for The Journal News weeklies division, Yorktown’s North County News, among others.
A Long Island native, Adam graduated with a journalism degree from Hofstra University in 2001 after training with Pulitzer Prize winning Newsday legend Bob Greene.
As a reporter, Adam won awards for news reporting, local government coverage and sports feature writing. Examiner Media has also been decorated with awards by the New York Press Association for its editorials, sports coverage, news writing and more.
As the founder, sole owner and publisher, Adam oversees the organization’s editorial and commercial departments. His duties include hiring and managing staff, setting priorities, and running daily operations.
He helps guide the general editorial focus of the outlet but defers to the editorial team on day-to-day decisions while assisting with some journalistic functions. An occasional essayist for Examiner Media publications, Adam’s main responsibility is running the business side of the company.
Adam lives in Mt. Kisco with his wife and two daughters, as well as their two dogs and a hamster.
Expertise & Demographics: As a reporter in the earlier 2000s, Adam covered the City of Peekskill, the Village of Ossining, and the Village of Croton, among other area communities. For Examiner Media, he writes occasional first-person columns.
Languages: English only.