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Afn Shvel
Periodical · 1941-

Started in 1941 by the Freeland League for Jewish Territorial Colonization (renamed the League for Yiddish in 1979), Afn Shvel ("On the Threshold") is the world's oldest continually published Yiddish-language magazine. It is the only all-Yiddish general interest magazine currently in print, and continues publishing two double issues each year.

Der Tog
Periodical · 1914-1953

Der Tog ("The Day") was a daily Yiddish newspaper published in New York City with a weekly English supplement. Following a merger with the Morgn Zshurnal ("Morning Journal"), the title was succeeded by Der Tog-Morgn Zshurnal (officially translated as "The Day-Jewish Journal").

Di Tzeitung
Periodical · 1988-

Di Tzeitung ("The Newspaper") is a Yiddish weekly newspaper published in New York City, founded and edited by Abraham Friedman, a Satmar Hasidic Jew from Brooklyn. It is published every Wednesday.

Jewish Daily Forward
Periodical · 1897-

The Jewish Daily Forward (renamed "The Forward", or Forverts, in 2015) is a Yiddish-English paper dedicated to an American Jewish audience. Forverts is considered one of the most influential publications of its kind, and holds a progressive political focus.

Jewish Standard
Periodical · 1931-

The Jewish Standard is a weekly newspaper based in Teaneck, New Jersey, that primarily serves the Jewish community in Northeastern New Jersey. It is the oldest Jewish weekly in New Jersey.

Reader's Digest Magazine
Periodical · 1922-

Reader's Digest is an American general-interest family magazine, based in New York.

The Day-Jewish Journal
Periodical · 1953-1971

Der Tog-Morgen Zshurnal (officially translated as "The Day-Jewish Journal") was a Yiddish-language daily paper based in New York City. It was the result of a merger between the newspapers Der Tog ("The Day") and Der Morgen Zshurnal ("The Morning Journal").