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The Arizona Jewish Post transitions to digital

As of our Sept. 11, 2020 issue, the Arizona Jewish Post has pivoted to become an all-digital publication. All content, including articles, life cycle announcements, advertisements, and opinion pieces will be featured online at azjewishpost.com.

Why the change?

On July 17, 2020, the board of directors of the Federation of Southern Arizona announced that the Arizona Jewish Post was being placed on a summer hiatus “to allow us to explore all means and methods for communicating with the community we serve.” The decision to do so was made unanimously in light of mounting budgetary pressures. Read the full article.

With community input, staff and lay leaders worked toward the creation of a plan to implement a fully digital version of the Arizona Jewish Post that would meet and exceed community member needs. The newly revamped AJP launched Sept. 11.

How can I get the news?

Content will be published on a rolling basis at azjewishpost.com. That is, whenever a story is ready, it will be uploaded to this website. We will also send out a regular newsletter to announce batches of new stories and advertiser offerings. Sign up to receive our newsletter.

Where can I find specific content?

Use the menu at the top of the screen to filter for specific types of content, such as “Arts and Culture” and “Our Town.” To view deals from advertisers, click on “Directories.”

I am an advertiser. What are my digital options?

We have a variety of ad offerings and packages available to advertisers and sponsors. For more information, visit our advertiser page or contact Phyllis Braun, Executive Editor, at [email protected].