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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-30

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f it's in Metro Detroit and it's
Jewish, you'll find it on the
recently revamped Web site
www.detroitjewishnews.corn
The Jewish News has long been
known for its coverage of Jewish life,
events and issues in the area. Now
visitors to its expanded Web site will
find more coverage of those same
features plus additional content to
enhance their Jewish life.
"Our goal is to be the best
resource for all things Jewish in
Metro Detroit, regardless of affilia-
tion," said Arthur M. Horwitz, pub-
lisher of the Jewish News. "Whether
you are searching for the answer to a
religious question, a calendar of
Jewish-related events in the area,
buying a gift for a co-worker or
looking to meet Jewish singles,
detroitjewishnews.com has what you
need."
The Web site sports a new look,
and offers improved navigation for
visitors to find the information they
are most interested in, such as books
and movies, local commentary and
food features.
Through a feature called "My
Headlines," visitors also will be able
to create a personalized homepage
on detroitjewishnews.com that
highlights the day's information that
they most want to read.
Visitors will find new features such
as "Ask A Rabbi," a guide to Jewish
Camps in Michigan, and interna-
tional news from the Jerusalem Post.
In its new form, detroitjewish-
news.com also strives to bring mem-
bers of the Jewish community
together through many of its inter-
active features, such as a chat area,
discussion forums and electronic
greeting cards with a Jewish flavor.
Visitors to the site can also post
their comments about the stories
they read and submit their own news
and information to be included in
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Jewish community," Horwitz said,
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F. Kevin Browett, general manager
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before" with the new site, "but now
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The Detroit Jewish News and its
site, detroitjewishnews.com , is a
subsidiary of Jewish Renaissance
Media (JRM), a leading gatherer and
disseminator of unique, useful and
engaging information for and about
the American Jewish community, co-
founded by noted philanthropist
Michael H. Steinhardt and publisher
Arthur M. Horwitz in 2000.
JRM is a respected, influential
national voice reflecting diverse view-
points and advocating positions that
strengthen Jewish unity and continu-
ity. In addition to the 61-year-old
Detroit Jewish News, JRM's holdings
include JN Sourcebook, the 77-year-old
Atlanta Jewish Times, the 18-year-old
STYLE magazine and Jewish.com .
JRM is based in Southfield. ❑

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