Contents 1 History 2 See also 3 References 4 External links


History[edit] Though independently incorporated, the paper was initially distributed in part by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. The first issue appeared on February 28, 1986. The editor was Gene Lichtenstein, who served until 2000,[4] and the first art director was Katherine Arion, a Romanian-born artist who came to the United States in 1981.[5] After becoming completely independent from the Jewish Federation in 2005, it went through difficulties and its circulation shrunk. Circulation has recovered to 50,000 since then, and the paper has undertaken new initiatives, including expanded internet offerings, live events, a branding and marketing division, JJ Branding, TRIBE magazine, launched in December 2009, and Jewish Insider. The Jewish Journal, like other news media, faced financial pressures (cutting staff positions and salaries during 2009, though since it has resumed growth in both areas), but it strengthened its financial situation in May 2010, when it received commitments from a group of local Jewish philanthropists for additional funding intended to assure its continuing financial viability.[6] The Jewish Journal is recognized as the major Jewish paper in Los Angeles, which has the second-largest Jewish population in the United States. The Los Angeles Times called The Jewish Journal "an influential weekly."[7] It has received a number of awards from the Los Angeles Press Club over the years.[8] The Jewish Journal's internet presence has increased its profile as a national and worldwide news source. In 2015, the Jewish Journal underwrote the first independent, non-partisan poll of American Jewish opinion regarding the Iran nuclear deal. The poll showed most American Jews favored the deal, and its results received worldwide coverage. In the wake of the Iran deal controversy, a White House press release called the Jewish Journal, “One of the most widely read Jewish publications online.” In 2015, Tribe Media Corp. acquired Jewish Insider, a daily news service based in Washington, D.C., started by Max Neuberger. Jewish Insider’s curated newsletter is delivered each morning to a network of top business and political leaders in America, many of whom happen to be Jewish. Jewishjournal.com is ranked by Statcounter, Google Analytics, and Compete.com as having the most monthly unique users of any American Jewish news web site. The web site is notable for its many blogs covering all aspects of Jewish life, including A Jew, by Michael Berenbaum, Foodaism by Rob Eshman, HollywoodJew by Danielle Berrin and Keeping the Faith and Keeping It Real by Ilana Angel.[9] As of May 2016 the site reported about 4 million unique users per month.[6] Rob Eshman is the outgoing [10]publisher and editor in chief, David Suissa the president, and Ryan Smith is the managing editor.[11] Contributing columnists include Judea Pearl, Dennis Prager, Marty Kaplan, Gina Nahai, Bill Boyarsky, Teresa Strasser, Raphael Sonnenshein, Ben Shapiro and Jonathan Kirsch, who also serves as Book Editor.[12] Shmuel Rosner is Senior Political Correspondent. In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack, the issue of January 16–22, 2015 was renamed "Jewish Hebdo".[13]


See also[edit] History of the Jews in Los Angeles


References[edit] ^ "Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles". Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America. Retrieved 2016-10-07.  ^ Quintanilla, Michael (July 13, 1995). "A Simpson Spin All Their Own Media: Papers outside the mainstream don't try to compete with the big boys. Instead, they look for the angles their readers care about". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved June 30, 2011.  ^ "The O.J. story Papers find ethnic angles in trial". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. July 18, 1995. Retrieved June 30, 2011.  ^ Tom Tugend, "The Lichtenstein Formula for a Jewish Paper", The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, June 29, 2000. ^ Shelley Adler, "Art Notes: The Artist Behind Our Cover", The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, June 25, 1998. ^ a b James Rainey, "On the Media: Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles adapts to changing media market: Niche journalism and an $800,000 donation make its future seem secure". Los Angeles Times, May 12, 2010. ^ Bob Pool and Anne-Marie O'Connor, "Jewish Centers' Financial Woes Anger Community", Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2001. ^ See, e.g., 2009 Southern California Journalism Award Winners and 2005 Southern California Journalism Award Winners at Los Angeles Press Club official website (accessed May 11, 2010). ^ "Fresh Blogs". The Jewish Journal. Retrieved April 10, 2014.  ^ http://jewishjournal.com/opinion/rob_eshman/223784/rob-eshman-long-time-jewish-journal-editor-chief-publisher-leave-post-writing-projects/ ^ Tugend, Tom (August 12, 1999). "Los Angeles mother: 'No place is safe'". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved June 30, 2011.  ^ "Author Page: Rabbi Steven Weil". Jewish Journal. Retrieved June 30, 2011.  ^ Rob Eshman, Nous Sommes Charlie: This week we are Jewish Hebdo, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, January 16–22, 2015


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