New York Jewish Week, the Times of Israel’s new local partner, launches its new website

Leading US Jewish publication, covering the world’s largest local Diaspora community, unveils updated, redesigned online presence

The New York Jewish Week website
The New York Jewish Week website

The Jewish Week of New York, one of America’s leading Jewish publications, has launched its online partnership with The Times of Israel.

The Jewish Week’s website has been redesigned and optimized for mobile and tablet devices. It is updated daily with news, analysis, opinion pieces and blogs.

Under our partnership agreement, designed to boost the online presence of The Jewish Week and its other web properties, residents of New York State can also now go online to and find a selection of Jewish Week articles featured prominently on the home page.

The Jewish Week, which covers the world’s largest Diaspora community, is the third local partner of The Times of Israel, following the New Jersey Jewish Standard and The UK’s Jewish News.

The Times of Israel expects to be announcing further partnerships in the near future, and invites Jewish publications worldwide that are interested in discussing such a partnership to get in touch.

Gary Rosenblatt (Courtesy)
Gary Rosenblatt (Courtesy)

“We are very pleased to partner with The Times of Israel, not only for its remarkable international reach, with 3.5 million unique monthly users, but particularly for its high-quality, thoughtful and thorough editorial content,” said Gary Rosenblatt, editor and publisher of The Jewish Week, when the partnership was agreed on last March.

Associate publisher and chief revenue officer Richard Waloff said, “The opportunities in this agreement are significant. It will greatly increase the digital footprint of The Jewish Week in New York State, because Jewish Week content will appear on all Times of Israel New York State web pages.

Richard Waloff (Courtesy)
Richard Waloff (Courtesy)

“In addition to benefiting our advertisers in terms of added audience, the agreement presents us with greater ability to communicate to online readers and e-newsletter subscribers thanks to enhanced technologies,” said Waloff.

Times of Israel editor David Horovitz described The Jewish Week as an excellent newspaper, “serving the largest local Diaspora community, and working with integrity and flair.”

David Horovitz (photo credit: ToI staff)
David Horovitz (photo credit: ToI staff)

He said the partnership will ensure “far more people read The Jewish Week’s reporting online, complementing its award-winning weekly print edition.”

After five years of continued growth, The Times of Israel currently averages some 20 million monthly page views; it publishes in French, Arabic, Chinese and Persian as well as English; it has more than 180,000 daily email subscribers and over 5,000 bloggers. By presenting Jewish world issues to local readers and local news to international readers via the local partnerships, said Horovitz, “we aim to appeal to more readers, with more engaging content, on both sides of the partnership — more readers for our local partners and more readers for The Times of Israel.”

About Times of Israel Local

Publishers joining the Times of Israel Local initiative get a very reader-friendly digital platform, carefully tailored to their needs on the basis of a digital strategy developed by The Times of Israel in cooperation with RGB Media, the innovative Israeli firm that built and constantly upgrades The Times of Israel’s website.

The Times of Israel logo

Like the New York Jewish Week, the UK’s Jewish News, and the New Jersey Jewish Standard, future local partners will get access to all the tools and methodologies that have proven crucial to The Times of Israel’s quality and success: a blog platform to host the most vibrant marketplace of ideas; a daily or weekly email that gradually gathers a community of readers; Salamandra, the unique software that enables editors to shape their website and newsletters according to the content rather than forcing content into a predesigned shape; Spotlight, a state of the art advertorial platform; and much more.

In time, the aim is also to utilize the local journalistic partnerships to combine forces — with local newsrooms working together on stories of global interest, to be published together: better journalism for readers of all the partnered titles.

The Jewish Standard's homepage
The Jewish Standard’s homepage

Perhaps most importantly, the local partners will be getting increased visibility.

Publishers who are interested in hearing more about joining The Times of Israel Local can contact us here.

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