The Jerusalem Post is the State of Israel’s leading English newspaper and website.

Jerusalem Post

The Jerusalem Post is the State of Israel’s leading English newspaper and website.

The Jerusalem Post is the State of Israel’s leading English newspaper and website and provides coverage on events in the Middle East and the Jewish World.

Established in 1932, The Jerusalem Post is a world-renowned brand with a stellar reputation.

JPost.com was launched in December 1996. The website is open to non-subscribers but also has subscription-only Premium Content which gives readers access to the ePaper version of the daily newspaper, a range of magazines and other web versions of the Jerusalem Post Group's products.

A "Premium Plus Zone", containing additional Jerusalem Post articles and special features was given a graphic facelift in September 2018 and recently relaunched its mobile and tablet applications. It is a pay-wall protected area that provides readers with an ad-free version of the Jerusalem Post website.

According to Alexa Internet traffic rankings, JPost.com is among the top 3,000 websites in the United States. The site contains archives that go back to 1989, and the default search on the site sends users to archive listings, powered by ProQuest, where articles can be purchased. Free blurbs of the article are available as well, and full articles are available when linked to directly from navigation within JPost.com or from a search engine.

The Jerusalem Post’s offices are based in Jerusalem. When it was founded in 1932, during the British Mandate of Palestine, its name was The Palestine Post. In 1950, it changed its name to The Jerusalem Post. In 2004, the paper was bought by Mirkaei Tikshoret, a diversified Israeli media firm which also owns the daily Hebrew newspaper Maariv.

From 2004, under then editor-in-chief David Horovitz, the paper took a more centrist position, competing against the staunchly left-liberal Haaretz. Its former editor Steve Linde aimed to provide balanced coverage of the news along with views from across the political spectrum. In April 2016, Linde stepped down as editor-in-chief and was replaced by Yaakov Katz, a former military reporter for the paper who previously served as an adviser to Education and Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett.

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