Canadian Publishing Industry News
2 September 2021,     TORONTO
Canadian Jewish News re-launches
 
 
Canadian Jewish News, the largest Jewish news organization in Canada will rebrand as a digital-first platform after shutting down operations in April 2020, the company announced last week. It’s the second relaunch for the 61-year-old non-profit, which previously shut its doors in 2013 before gaining enough community support to restart operations within a year.

 

            CJN is undergoing a full revamp, prioritizing digital content, including email newsletters and several podcasts, and scaling back its print edition from weekly to four times a year.

            The CJN’s new funding model is a mix of online advertising, digital memberships and philanthropy, with some of the donors remaining anonymous. As before, the publication remains independent of any federation or other Jewish institution.

            The CJN now employs seven full-time staffers, including several in a newly created podcast department. That’s less than half of the 16 staffers in April 2020.

 

 

Story Tools
Most Recent News Comment
Jaded says:
Wow, Torstar really seems to be on a mission to bankrupt one magazine after another....
Most Recent Blog Comment
Marty Seto says:
Help Spread the word for Orange Shirt Day on September 30 too....
Blogs
Martin Seto Gadget Blog
Martin Seto
Most recent posts:
Scott Bullock Covers Sell
Scott Bullock
Most recent posts:
Industry Guest Blogger Words of Inspiration
Industry Guest Blogger
Most recent posts:
Dennis Kelly 57 Media Spikes
Dennis Kelly
Most recent posts:
Norm Lourenco RGD Magazine Media Brandaid
Norm Lourenco RGD
Most recent posts:
Richard Johnson Off the Page
Richard Johnson
Most recent posts:
Connections
Connections
Connections
Special Reports