The Jewish Chronicle - - Comment&analysis -

Weare­de­light­ed­togreet­this­pa­per’snewread­ers in Is­rael, thanks to a dis­tri­bu­tion agree­ment with that great and au­thor­i­ta­tive news­pa­per, the Jerusalem Post. We hope all Is­raeli read­ers, whether with An­glo con­nec­tions or not, will en­joy the ben­e­fits of the JC’s rare po­si­tion as both a se­ri­ous, lively news­pa­per, yet also one with a rare and priv­i­leged ed­i­to­rial in­de­pen­dence, thanks to its lack of a pro­pri­etor as a pa­per owned by a trust. The Is­raeli edi­tion is only the lat­est in a se­ries of in­no­va­tions in the past cou­ple of years in­tended to mod­ernise your JC and strengthen it as a ro­bust me­dia busi­ness for the 21st cen­tury — from the news­pa­per’s ac­claimed re­design last year and our new range of high-qual­ity mag­a­zines, to our am­bi­tious so­cial-net­work­ing web­site and com­mu­nity fundrais­ing ini­tia­tives. As one ed­i­tor de­parts and wel­comes his suc­ces­sor, it is worth re­flect­ing on the ro­bust strength of the news­pa­per be­ing be­queathed, the sheer com­mit­ment of the many high-qual­ity staff who bring pro­fes­sional ex­cel­lence each week to the JC — and on the ex­traor­di­nary en­ergy, good­will and the best of Jewish val­ues that you, our en­gaged read­er­ship, bring to our com­mu­nity. Leitraot.

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