We would like to take this opportunity to share a significant development in the long history of the New Jersey Jewish News.
Starting in August, the weekly print edition of The New York Jewish Week, our sister publication, will go on hiatus while it concentrates on developing an all-digital model. As a result, NJJN’s print edition will also go on hiatus, as it and Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest New Jersey examine a viable business model that maintains the high standards of Jewish journalism our readers have come to expect.
The staggering economic effects of the coronavirus epidemic have forced our hand; however, we are committed to seeking partnerships and supporters that will allow NJJN to return as a publication and as an online presence that will provide the news and information our Jewish community deserves. We will be in touch with subscribers as these discussions progress, but in the meantime we ask you to continue to read and submit material to our website, njjewishnews.timesofisrael.com.
Thank you for your years of support of NJJN, and may we look forward to a brighter future for this newspaper, our community, and all who are feeling the effects of this wide-reaching crisis.
President, Board of Directors
Jewish Week Media Group