Utilizing the latest state of the art technology, The Algemeiner Journal has launched an e-paper – a dynamic, online digital version of its new weekly English newspaper. The e-paper is being offered as a free subscription to all, and can be received either via e-mail or accessed at the Algemeiner site, where an archive of past issues will also be available.Links will be posted on the growing Algemeiner Facebook page, which also features content from the paper, news, updates and latest developments.
“In the tough economy and with all the talk about dying newspapers, we are the fastest growing Jewish newspaper in America,” said Dovid Efune, the Algemeiner’s dynamic young director.
The success is a result of cutting edge new design and branding, a smart distribution model, and a unique editorial stance.
“We are proud to serve as a valiant media voice addressing the most compelling issues of our time, with vision, integrity and moral clarity,” said the publisher Simon Jacobson, a best-selling author.
“This is a unique and important contribution to help us deliver meaningful content amidst the deluge of today’s information age. People are hungry for relevant and focused insight and direction,” he added.
The Algemeiner Journal was founded in 1972.
The Algemeiner claimes to be reaching tens of thousands of readers from diverse communities across the globe.