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Announcing our new global digital partnership with The Times of Israel

Richard Ferrer has been editor of Jewish News since 2009. As one of Britain's leading Jewish voices he writes for The Times, Independent, New Statesman and many other titles. Richard previously worked at the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, edited the Boston Jewish Advocate and created the Channel 4 TV series Jewish Mum Of The Year.

Jewish News has firmly established itself as the UK’s biggest Jewish media brand with a new global digital partnership with The Times of Israel – beginning today!

A sparkling new website – tailored to showcase breaking news, exclusive features, a vibrant blogging platform, Weekly Edition newsletter and numerous other elements that have helped give The Times of Israel widespread and growing resonance – launches today.

As part of the deal, The Times of Israel will promote the Jewish News’s content among readers in the UK via its homepage and other pages, ensuring high resonance and visibility for the Jewish News’s articles.

Richard Ferrer
Richard Ferrer

Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer said: “This exciting partnership firmly establishes Jewish News as the UK’s biggest Jewish media brand. The Times of Israel is on the cutting-edge of digital journalism. As its UK partner, Jewish News will deliver an unrivalled platform for local and world news and a vast community of bloggers – all on a state-of-the-art website catering for an audience of millions.”

David Horovitz
David Horovitz

Times of Israel Editor David Horovitz said: “As an ex-Londoner, I’m particularly delighted that the Jewish News has become our local partner for the UK. Meeting with their young, smart editorial team, led by editor Richard Ferrer, at their offices a few weeks ago, I quickly saw how it is that the Jewish News has become such an essential read. Its writers and editors are dedicated, curious and skilled – a winning combination in journalism. I’m delighted that our partnership will help ensure their work is widely read online, complementing their weekly print edition.”

After four years of continued growth, The Times of Israel currently has some 20 million monthly page views; it publishes in French, Arabic, Chinese and Persian as well as English; it has more than 150,000 daily email subscribers and over 5,000 bloggers.

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