Cleveland Jewish Information and Columbus Jewish Information to Take Over Separate Newspapers | Native Information

The Cleveland Jewish Publication Firm is happy to announce the return of our stand-alone newspapers to Northeast Ohio and Central Ohio markets later this month. The Cleveland Jewish Information has been printed weekly and has been mixed with the Columbus Jewish Information each two weeks since April 2020, close to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We prefer to suppose that this transition over the previous 11 months is much like bringing one of the best of each merchandise to much more folks,” stated Kevin S. Adelstein, president of CJPC and editor and CEO of Cleveland and Columbus Jewish Information. “We all know that lots of our longtime readers and dependable advertisers appreciated the content material we supplied with the joint Cleveland and Columbus Jewish Information, however not everybody was snug discovering options. which weren’t of their common place, particularly in our largest mixed quantity. That’s the reason we’re extraordinarily excited to have the ability to take this necessary step ahead. “

The bi-weekly Columbus Jewish Information will return on Thursday, March 18, and the weekly Cleveland Jewish Information will proceed on Friday, March 19. On March 18 Columbus Jewish Information will present complete protection of Passover for our readers in central Ohio, and our March 26 challenge of the Cleveland Jewish Information will present our readers in northeast Ohio with in depth protection of the Passover. Easter.

“Like everybody else throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve confronted challenges in our enterprise mannequin, however because of our loyal subscribers, advertisers and extremely beneficiant neighborhood donors, we’re in a position to make this announcement,” added Adelstein. “We’ve heard from so lots of you over the previous 12 unprecedented months and this can be a day that each one of our employees, board of administrators and communities have anticipated. Whereas we share the unlucky monetary challenges and hardships the pandemic has brought on to most companies in our communities, we’re cautiously optimistic a few hopeful return to some semblance of normalcy within the months to come back. We imagine that there isn’t any higher time to make this transition than the celebration of the Passover. “

The Columbus Jewish Information will probably be despatched to readers in central Ohio each different Thursday, whereas the Cleveland Jewish Information will probably be despatched to subscribers in northeast Ohio each Friday. We’ll even be resuming our single-copy CJN newsstand gross sales at native Cleveland companies on March 19. The CJN is on the market at Corky & Lenny’s at 27091, boulevard Chagrin. in Woodmere all through the pandemic, and can proceed to be out there there as nicely.

On March 18, Columbus Jewish Information may also function our annual particular part Native Attorneys – Tremendous Attorneys, that includes tales, profiles, listings and commercials targeted on Columbus legal professionals, companies and regulation faculties.

Readers of each newspapers may proceed to get pleasure from our tales on our two web sites, cjn.org (Cleveland Jewish Information), and columbusjewishnews.com (Columbus Jewish Information), in addition to in our every day newsletters. If you don’t already obtain our free newsletters, Columbus readers can subscribe to some or all of our newsletters at columbusjewishnews.com/esignup; Cleveland readers can subscribe to cjn.org/esignup.

To submit suggestions and information shows to the Columbus Jewish Information, or for questions on its information and neighborhood protection, electronic mail [email protected] To submit information articles to the Cleveland Jewish Information, electronic mail [email protected] To buy a present subscription to both newspaper, go to cjn.org/subscribe or columbusjewishnews.com/subscribe.

For promoting alternatives in both newspaper, contact Vice President of Gross sales Adam Mandell at [email protected] or 216-342-5191.

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