Haaretz is a newspaper published in Israel. It was founded in 1918, making it Israel's oldest newspaper still in print, and is now published in Berliner format in both Hebrew and English. The International New York Times publishes and sells the English edition alongside the International New York Times.
The Marketer was a marketing magazine published ten times a year by Redactive Publishing Ltd. Both The Marketer and www.themarketer.co.uk were the official magazine and website of The Chartered Institute of Marketing.
The Jerusalem Post is a broadsheet newspaper based in Jerusalem that was founded in 1932 by Gershon Agron as The Palestine Post during the British Mandate of Palestine. It changed its name to The Jerusalem Post in 1950.
Vugar Mammadov owns Futbol+, an Azerbaijani national daily sport newspaper. The newspaper focuses primarily on football, particularly the activities of Azerbaijan Premier League clubs on a daily basis. It has one of the highest readerships of any daily ne
B'Sheva is an Israeli weekly newspaper published in Hebrew. The first issue of Arutz Sheva's B'sheva was published on July 19, 2002. On Thursdays, it is distributed for free in religious population centers.
The Times of Israel is an online newspaper based in Israel that publishes primarily in English. It was founded in 2012. It was co-founded by American hedge fund manager Seth Klarman and journalist David Horovitz, who is also the founding editor. It's about "developments in Israel, the Middle East, and the Jewish world as a whole."
Hamodia is a Jerusalem-based Hebrew-language daily newspaper. In the United States, there is a daily English-language edition, as well as weekly English-language editions in England and Israel. In 2008, a weekly edition for French-speaking readers was launched.