Sarah Polonsky

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Sarah Polonsky is a Canadian-American journalist and editor who specializes in media and music.[1] Known as the "global voice of dance music," she spearheaded and served as Chief Editor of the North American division of DJ Magazine. During her tenure there, she launched the Best of North America Awards as the sister event to the UK iteration, Best of British. She previously oversaw an electronic music magazine called Elektro as the title’s managing editor.[2] She was a Senior Editor of the online magazine BettyConfidential and at Vibe.[3][4] [5][6] Polonsky was also a reporter at the National Enquirer before accepting a position at Page Six at the New York Post.[7] The position at Page Six ended notably, when Polonsky was fired after a story in Radar Online criticized her for accepting freebies.[8][9][10][11][12]


  1. ^ Emma Rosenblum, June 25, 2010, Vulture, People Are Still Watching The Bachelor, But Why?, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...according to entertainment editor Sarah Polonsky, people have continued to tune in to the show ..."
  2. ^ June 12, 2012, Elektro magazine, When Ultra Met Wynn..., Retrieved March 25, 2015
  3. ^ Kyle Jaeger, 9/18/2013, The Hollywood Reporter, Avicii's 'True': What the Critics Are Saying, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...Vibe's Sarah Polonsky does an excellent job of capturing the critical response to Avicii's release,..."
  4. ^ July 26th, 2012, Toby Daniels, Social Media Week, SARAH POLONSKY, Retrieved , "...Sarah Polonsky is Senior Editor at Vibe Media | Access Network. After a decade delivering pop-culture, fashion, music, celeb, health, beauty, art and lifestyle news..."
  5. ^ "VIBE's Senior Editor Sarah Polonsky Joins EDMbiz 2013". Vibe. 7 June 2013. Retrieved 10 December 2014.
  6. ^ Keith J. Kelly, August 10, 2012, New York Post, Luxe Startup Du Jour, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...Vibe is expanding beyond its hip- hop roots ... Sarah Polonsky, former managing editor of Elektro magazine, is a new senior editor...."
  7. ^ ., Jessica (17 July 2006). "Sarah Polonsky Signs On as Page Six's Latest Alcoholic, May Replace a Departing Alcoholic". gawker. New York, New York, USA. Retrieved 22 March 2015.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  8. ^ "JAY-Z HIP-HOPS ACROSS THE POND". Daily News. Retrieved 10 December 2014.
  9. ^ GEORGE RUSH, JOANNA RUSH, MOLLOY PATRICK, HUGUENIN CRISTINA, KINON, September 29, 2006, New York Daily News, JAY-Z HIP-HOPS ACROSS THE POND, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...New York Post editor in chief Col Allan fired gossip writer Sarah Polonsky yesterday, ..."
  10. ^ Kat Stoeffel, 09/02/11, The Observer, Gatecrasher Subject Threw Gatecrasher a Birthday Party! Are Reporter Freebies Back?, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...Col Allan got wind of the situation, via Radar, he was reportedly “on the warpath,” and fired fellow Page Sixer Sarah Polonsky fo the same day..."
  11. ^ Choire Sicha, 10/23/06, Observer, Jared Paul Stern Is Slouching Back With Book, Lawsuit, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...The former was Sarah Polonsky, a former National Enquirer reporter, who Radar reported on Sept. 28 had received a free massage ... terminated promptly...."
  12. ^ Debbie Newman, 2007, The Hollywood Gossip, Happy Birthday, Jossip! 38498, Retrieved March 25, 2015, "...Learned how to discuss the “Sarah Polonsky” incident without squirming uncontrollably...."