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More than 800 Russian-speaking Taglit-Birthright Israel participants celebrated at a festive mega-event on Jan. 5, 2019. Photo by Jane Peimer.
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At JNS, we receive dozens of skillfully crafted press releases each day on incredible initiatives taking place across the Jewish world.  The Jewish communal world is a community of innovators and problem-solvers, that are generous with their time, limited resources, and ideas.

As a growing news agency, we have not been able to cover nearly as many stories as we would like, with the attention each initiative deserves.  Every day, we have no choice but to turn down numerous story pitches.

Until now…

Presenting the JNS Wire!

The JNS Wire is a new publishing platform tailor-developed to amplify the voices of Jewish organizations and communications professionals.

Now organizations can easily publish their own press releases directly on JNS, including unlimited photos, videos, links to websites and crowdfunding campaigns, organization logos and bios, and media contacts.  Each release gets its own beautiful page on our website, that can be easily shared on Facebook, Twitter, email and more.

JNS will carefully review and approve each release to ensure quality standards and prevent abuse.  As such, you can be certain that your organization’s release will appear on a premier Jewish publishing platform.

The JNS Wire will serve as a comprehensive digest of incredible initiatives taking place each day across the Jewish world.  Readers will now get to see just how vibrant and energetic the Jewish communal world truly is.  And in addition to appearing on our website, JNS will distribute a digest of releases to our growing network of print and digital syndicating publications.

Giving back to the community

When we first began developing the JNS Wire, in consultation with several trusted public relations professionals who we thought would be likely to fully utilize this service, we were preparing to charge $40 to publish each release.

In light of the financial hardships caused by Coronavirus, combined with the Jewish communal world’s pivot towards online activities—which has dramatically increased the number of releases we now receive—JNS has decided to initially launch the platform FREE OF CHARGE.

This is our way of giving back to the Jewish community, which has been so generous in the face of tremendous new challenges.

So what are you waiting for?  We invite you to check out the JNS Wire, publish your releases, and share away.

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Insightful. Passionate. Connected. These are the core strengths of the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET); a Washington, D.C. based think tank with an unabashedly pro-America and pro-Israel stance.
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