COLUMBUS JEWISH NEWS DEBUTS
The Columbus Jewish News debuted on Aug. 9 with a 44-page full-color issue. The new biweekly newspaper, which is being distributed to all Jewish households in the area, will offer local, regional and world news, features, sports, opinions, special advertising opportunities and more, with a minimum of 32 pages for each issue.
The Columbus Jewish News replaces the 96-year-old Ohio Jewish Chronicle, which published is final issue on July 12.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to connect with the Greater Columbus Jewish community,” said Kevin S. Adelstein, publisher of the Cleveland Jewish News and president of the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company.
The Cleveland Jewish Publication Co. is publisher of the Columbus Jewish News, the Cleveland Jewish News, several Jewish and secular magazines including Jstyle, Jstyle Weddings, Bar• Bat Mitzvah Magazine, SOURCE, Balanced Family and Canvas. The CJPC has an events division, which produces community and signature events such as CJN 18 Difference Makers and CJN 12 Under 36 to highlight noteworthy individuals in the community and CJPC Custom Publications, which produces community and tribute books.
Stephen Pinsky, longtime publisher of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, will remain with the new paper as an advertising consultant.