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Cleveland Jewish News expands into Akron with acquisition of community paper

At a time when many local Jewish news outlets are shrinking or shuttering operations, the Cleveland Jewish News is expanding its footprint.

Cleveland Jewish News expands into Akron

New York Sun to relaunch after 13 years

Conservative, pro-Israel newspaper purchased by former Algemeiner editor Dovid Efune.

New York Sun to relaunch after 13 years

Appeal of editor of anti-Semitic Toronto newspaper denied

James Sears, editor of Toronto newspaper Your Ward News, was found guilty of promoting hatred against Jews and women.

Appeal of editor of anti-Semitic Toronto newspaper denied

TGI Survey: Decreased exposure to newspapers in year of COVID

Almost all daily, weekend, newspapers experienced significant decrease in average exposure in 2020 compared to 2019, TGI survey says.

TGI Survey: Decreased exposure to newspapers in year of COVID

Britain's Jewish newspapers shut down amid coronavirus pandemic

The Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News to seek a creditors voluntary liquidation as pandemic devastates media industry.

Britain's Jewish newspapers shut down amid coronavirus pandemic

Canadian Jewish newspaper succumbs to coronavirus pandemic

After 60 years, Canada’s leading Jewish newspaper to close amid coronavirus crisis.

Canadian Jewish newspaper succumbs to coronavirus

The 2 top British Jewish newspapers plan to merge but still publish separately

The two top British Jewish newspapers plan to merge in a move which will 'secure their financial futures.'

Top British Jewish newspapers plan to merge

Polish campaign comes to Israel

Polish government publishes ad in Israeli newspapers showing joint statement of Israel and Poland following Holocaust law controversy.

Polish campaign comes to Israel

Survey: Israel Hayom still most popular newspaper

Freebie Israel Hayom retains top spot as Israelis' favorite newspaper, enjoying a 3.8% lead over its second place competitor.

Survey: Israel Hayom still most popular newspaper

Paper owned by Trump's Jewish son-in-law ceases print edition

New York Observer ceases publishing a print edition but will continue online.

Paper owned by Trump's Jewish son-in-law ceases print edition

Where do you get your news?

Poll that assesses preferred newspapers among readers indicates readers trending towards right-leaning papers.

Where do you get your news?

Haaretz Prepares for Latest Round of Layoffs

The newspaper prepares for its latest round of layoffs. Publisher Schocken cites 'the challenging economic environment' as reason.

Haaretz Prepares for Latest Round of Layoffs

Report: IDF Shuts Down Hamas Publications in PA

Publications regularly publish hateful cartoons, articles inciting violence against Jews. But are they gone for good?

Report: IDF Shuts Down Hamas Publications Warehouse in PA

Poll: 81% Against Bill Banning Nationalist Paper

Is closing Israel Hayom good for the public? More than 80% believe it is not - and that private interests are at play.

Poll: 81% Against Bill Banning Nationalist Paper

Nationalist Paper May Fold Thursday

Makor Rishon and Maariv-NRG were to be sold to Sheldon Adelson but bureaucracy may kill the deal.

Nationalist Paper May Fold Thursday

Law Proposed Limiting Free Newspapers

Seemingly innocuous bill to introduce 'fair competition' to news market expected to cause uproar in coalition, Israeli press.

Law Limiting Free Newspapers: Changing the Freedom of the Press?

Study: Israeli Papers Thrive Because of Shabbat

Sabbath-observing Israelis are keeping Israeli newspapers alive, a study by several researchers at Ariel University said

Study: Israeli Newspapers Thriving Because of Shabbat Readership

2013: Israel Falling off Media Radar

International media seem to be beginning to get fed up with the Palestinian Authority issue. Iran and Syria are taking the headlines.

2013: Israel Falling off Media Radar

Maariv Workers Protest: No Yom Kippur Paper

Hundreds of employees marched to protest sale, fearing massive layoffs. Maariv: Most employees to remain.

Maariv Workers Protest: No Yom Kippur Paperplayer