Back in June, The Forward returned to its roots as a daily publication, this time through cyberspace. We began to offer the kind of fresh, new content that used to come with the morning paper: news stories and analyses, arts and feature reporting, opinion columns, breaking news headlines and the breadth of stuff contained in our many blogs.
Our promise to readers was to deliver this content every weekday morning, and update the site through the day. As a small operation with limited resources, we knew that we could keep that promise, and we weren’t sure we could do more.
But we are now.
Starting today, we are updating our site on Sundays, as well. The tens of thousands of people who receive our daily newsletter, The Forward Today, will now get it on Sunday, too.
Saturday, our Sabbath, you’re on your own. Our commitment to our weekly print edition remains as strong as ever. But starting today, you can count on The Forward to provide you timely, excellent journalism you’ve come to expect, 24/6. Promise.
Jane Eisner, a pioneer in journalism, became editor-in-chief of the Forward in 2008, the first woman to hold the position at the influential Jewish national news organization. Under her leadership, the Forward readership has grown significantly and it has won numerous regional and national awards for its original journalism, in print and online.