Launched only six years ago, The Times of Israel has quickly become the market leader in covering Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, with millions of unique users and tens of millions of pageviews per month.
The main reason for this extraordinary success is our professional and agile Jerusalem-based news operation, whose mission is to provide fresh, fast, fair and independent coverage of our dynamic nation, the diaspora and the region. Authoritative and compelling, our site is updated 24/7 – breaking the news and explaining the news.
Our tens of writers and editors create dozens upon dozens of news articles, features and analysis pieces per week. Now, all this award-winning journalism is available to your publication, with Times of Israel Syndication.
Our industry has always been a tough environment, but today the challenges are particularly acute. Content-wise, attention spans are short and competition is fierce. Economically, revenues are dwindling.
That’s where Times of Israel Syndication comes in, with packages tailored to meet the specific needs of your publication. Join The Times of Israel’s syndication program, enjoy access to our coverage, and watch your readership grow.
We are delighted to offer unlimited print usage rights of Times of Israel’s wealth of content for a monthly fee of just $500 per month. We are also offering syndication packages that include options for online publication.
So come on in, and read about your newest writers and their accomplishments.
COMPELLING CONTENT: WHAT WE WRITE ABOUT
Digital requires news organizations to be fast. Information is spreading instantly in the digital ocean, and sometimes not being there at the right time is not being there at all.
News, Features and Analysis, The Times of Israel has it all
But a significant journalistic identity also requires depth. The long reads, the features, the analysis are crucial in shaping the journalistic product, singling it out from the abundance of voices out there.
As a digital-only product, Times of Israel had to learn to satisfy both these needs simultaneously. Here are some of its successes:
Bridging the gulf between Israel and Diaspora Jewry
With Amanda Borschel-Dan at the helm of Times of Israel’s Jewish Times coverage, ToI has kept Israel and the Diaspora informed and able to grapple with the crises surrounding the frozen Western Wall compromise deal, the disputes over conversion, and the other hot-button issues that will determine how well the global Jewish people can work together in the years ahead.
Ongoing analysis of the ever-complex Israeli reality
It is the rare journalist who can maintain an objective perspective even while zooming in on the nation’s burning issues, but founding editor David Horovitz consistently manages this as he shares his hard-won insights on the pages of The Times of Israel. With interviews, analyses and op-eds, Horovitz writes wit-peppered articles in which he highlights many of the questions and challenges that affect Israel and the Jewish World today.
Exposing and closing the global binary options scam
In a series of investigative reports over the course of two years, Simona Weinglass brought the binary option scam, operated mainly from Israel, to global attention.
As a direct result of The Times of Israel’s journalistic campaign against the fraud, the Knesset passed a law which banned the industry outright, giving the binary options fraudsters three months to close down their operations or face up to two years in jail.
Oustanding coverage of Israel’s booming High Tech scene
Start-Up Israel is The Times of Israel’s dedicated site for the dramatic innovations produced here that are changing the world. It tells the story of the Start-Up Nation, covering environmental technology, cybersecurity, medical developments, water technology, the business of start-ups, VCs and angels, high-tech education, and much more. It is everything that makes Israel a unique place for tech, second only to Silicon Valley.
THE TEAM: MEET OUR JOURNALISTS
While many publications are cutting back on their journalistic staff, The Times of Israel has been expanding its reporting team, to provide more original journalism. Our investigative reporting team now includes Simona Weinglass, Raoul Wootliff and Sue Surkes, who have focused of late on
From Diplomacy and Military to Culture and High Tech
financial fraud and social media manipulation. Adam Rasgon covers Palestinian Affairs for us. Haviv Rettig Gur produces astute political analysis. Melanie Lidman covers environmental affairs. Jacob Magid reports on the settlements. Other members of our team include:
David Horovitz, Founding Editor. Previously editor of The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report. Author of “A Little Too Close to God: The Thrills and Panic of a Life in Israel” (2000) and “Still Life with Bombers: Israel in the Age of Terrorism” (2004). Horovitz lectures widely in Israel, the United States and Europe on Israeli current affairs, regularly giving the introductory briefing on Israel to Congressional delegations brought to Israel under the aegis of AIPAC. He has conducted landmark interviews with a succession of Israeli and international figures, including all of Israel’s recent prime ministers, Presidents Barack Obama (when he visited Israel as a candidate) and George Bush, as well as Tony Blair, Vladimir Putin and Paul McCartney.
Raphael Ahren, Diplomatic correspondent. Raphael covers Israel’s foreign relations and domestic politics. Before joining The Times of Israel, he was a reporter at Haaretz. Born and raised in Germany, Ahren holds an MA in modern Jewish history from Yeshiva University and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.
Amanda Borschel-Dan, Jewish World and Archaeology editor and writer. Former Editor of The Friday Magazine of The Jerusalem Post. Immigrated to Israel in 1999 from the US. Holds a Jewish Studies degree.
Judah Ari Gross, Military correspondent. Former Israeli army photographer. Moved to Israel after graduating from the University of Maryland in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Avi Issacharoff, Palestinian affairs and Arab world analyst. A veteran correspondent previously at Haaretz, he is the co-author of the globally acclaimed TV drama “Fauda.”
Marissa Newman, Religious Affairs reporter. Recently penned a landmark exposé of the ultra-Orthodox cult leader Eliezer Berland.
Shoshanna Solomon, Startup Israel high tech section editor and writer. Former writer for Bloomberg News in Tel Aviv, Reuters and Dow Jones Newswires. Holds an MA in Communications from the Tel Aviv University and a BA in Political Science and Business from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Jessica Steinberg, Culture and lifestyle writer. Previously a culture and lifestyle writer for The New York Times, Women’s Wear Daily, Tablet Magazine, JTA, Hadassah and Parents.com., and prior to that, covered the Israeli business scene for Bloomberg News, Dow Jones Newswires, The Jerusalem Post and The Forward. She is also the author of the award-winning children’s book, “Not This Turkey,” a 1950s Thanksgiving story that was selected as a PJ Library book. Born and raised in New York.
Sarah Tuttle-Singer, Blogger and the Times of Israel’s New Media Editor. LA expat growing roots in Israel. Author of 2018’s “Jerusalem, Drawn and Quartered: One Woman’s Year in the Heart of the Christian, Muslim, Armenian, and Jewish Quarters of Old Jerusalem.”
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