The American Jewish Press Association
Founded in 1944 as a voluntary not-for-profit professional association for the English-language Jewish press in North America, the AJPA represents almost 250 newspapers, magazines, individual journalists and affiliated organizations throughout the United States and Canada. The website offers a directory of member publications and writers, which is an excellent resource for Jewish news on the web.
Haaretz.com, the online edition of Haaretz Newspaper in Israel, offers real-time breaking news, opinions and analysis from Israel and the Middle East. The publication has a journalistic staff of some 330 reporters, writers and editors. The paper is perhaps best known for its Op-ed page, where its senior columnists - among them some of Israel's leading commentators and analysts - reflect on current events.
Hadassah Magazine is a monthly general interest Jewish feature and literary magazine, covering the entire spectrum of issues important to Jewish life. Sent to every Hadassah member, the publication presents the best in contemporary writing, offering thought-provoking articles and engaging stories. One of the most popular features of Hadassah Magazine is the monthly "Jewish Traveler" column, which provides excellent Jewish travel itineraries as well as general tourist information for cities around the world.
The Jerusalem Post (Israel)
Founded in 1932 by Gershon Agron, the Jerusalem Post is Israel's best-selling English daily and most-read English website. The daily publication covers Israel, the Middle East, and the Jewish World.
The Jewish Chronicle (London, UK)
The world's oldest and most influential Jewish newspaper, the London-based Jewish Chronicle has a 164-year history of editorial independence. Its news and opinion pages reflect the entire spectrum of Jewish religious, social and political thought from left to right, Orthodox to secular while its arts and lifestyle coverage includes film, theatre, travel, cookery and youth & singles events.
The Jewish Daily Forward (New York)
The Forward is a legendary name in American journalism and a revered institution in American Jewish life. Launched as a Yiddish-language daily newspaper on April 22, 1897, the Forward entered the din of New York's immigrant press as a defender of trade unionism and moderate, democratic socialism.
The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia)
The Jewish Exponent is a weekly newspaper serving the Jewish community of Philadelphia, PA since 1887.
Jewish News from Austria
Jewish News form Austria is a service provided by the the Austrian Press & Information Service in Washington, D.C., providing a news summary from independent Austrian media reporting on Jewish affairs in Austria in regular intervals. In most cases, the original articles are translated from German into English. This electronic publication complements another publication, Austrian Information, containing a wider coverage of more general topics on Austria and Austrian-American Relations.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA)
JTA is the definitive, trusted global source of breaking news, investigative reporting, in-depth analysis, opinion and features on current events and issues of interest to the Jewish people.
The Jewish Week
The Jewish Week, an independent community newspaper, is recognized widely as the largest and most respected Jewish newspaper in America. With its five regional editions-- Manhattan, Long Island, Queens, Westchester/The Bronx and Brooklyn/Staten Island -- it reaches more than 70,000 households each week. In covering the Jewish world, from Midtown to the Mideast, The Jewish Week and its award-winning editorial staff report on news, trends, features and analysis from Israel as well as from throughout the New York metropolitan area.
Created in 2003 as a locus for Jewish literature, culture, and ideas, Nextbook is a non-profit organization which commissions books on Jewish themes, sponsors public lectures, readings, and performances in cities around the country, and publishes an online magazine. The website, Nextbook.org, contains information on all of these projects and also maintains an annotated list of recommended books.