This is a streamlined space where today's Jewish reader can stay up to date on everything happening in the Jewish world.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Jspace.com is proud to announce the relaunch of its dedicated news section: http://www.jspace.com/news.
Capitalizing on more than two years of Jewish news reporting, Jspace.com has built a fresh platform to bring its growing audience 24-hour Jewish news in one streamlined, interactive space, with easy-to-use features like a breaking news scroll, trending topics ticker, and articles organized by categories like Current Events, Business, Judaism and Entertainment.
Jspace News encompasses all the headlines readers might find in any traditional news outlet, with a Jewish angle and round-the-clock coverage. Bridging the gap between Jewish-American and Diaspora readers and Jspace.com’s large Israeli readership, this is Huffington Post meets the Jerusalem Post, bringing followers of-the-minute news on everything from peace talks in the Middle East to which Jewish celebrity is prepping for the chuppah.
Itay Koren, publisher for Jspace News, said, "For years, Jewish readers were forced to scramble to collect breaking news with a Jewish point of view. Now, Israel and the Diaspora can find its daily news in one spot, receiving informed news on all the topics the modern Jewish reader needs to know."
Leslie Stonebraker, managing editor, added, "This is a streamlined space where today’s Jewish reader can stay up to date on everything happening in the Jewish world."
To see Jspace.com’s updated news section, please visit http://www.jspace.com/news.
Jspace.com is an online Jewish community where users can find nonstop coverage of Jewish news; Jewish recipes and food articles; event listings; information about Jewish holidays and practices; local and national nonprofit organizations; and free Jewish dating.
Members can turn to Jspace to connect locally or find out about other Jewish communities they may be visiting. There is no cost associated with joining and using the site; it is free for all users and organizations.