|Content Available to AJPA-Member Jewish Media Outlets|
AJPA is always looking for opportunities to add value to your membership. With that in mind, it’s our pleasure to announce that we have formalized partnerships with three national Jewish media outlets to provide you with their materials at no charge. All you have to do is formally request and receive redistribution permission for each piece, and provide proper byline credit when you redistribute their content.
Contact: Editorial Director Lindsey Silken, email@example.com
InterfaithFamily provides interfaith couples who are exploring Jewish life with educational content and feature stories about interfaith families’ experiences navigating the Jewish community in North America.
Note: Proper byline credit is InterfaithFamily (note capital F in family and no use of .com).
Jewish Women’s Archive
Contact: Director of Engagement and Social Media Tara Metal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewish Women’s Archive is devoted to making known the stories, struggles, and achievements of Jewish women in North America and beyond. It produces the Jewesses With Attitude blog (http://jwa.org/blog), content that is a natural for redistribution. To sign up for JWA’s monthly enewsletter, click here.
Note: Proper byline credit is Jewish Women’s Archive.
Contact: Editor In Chief Chloe Sobel, email@example.com
The best way to learn about Jewish life on college campuses is to hear from Jewish students themselves. New Voices is North America’s only national magazine written and published by and for Jewish college students. A farm team for Jewish journalism, New Voices is produced by a straight-out-of-college staff member in New York and a network of student writers, bloggers and editors from campuses across the country. Sign up for the New Voices weekly e-newsletter directly by clicking here.
Note: Proper byline credit is newvoices.org.
To sum it all up
1. Browse these sites and sign up for each of their enewsletters to keep up with their latest content.
2. When you’d like to redistribute content through your print publication and/or website, email the contact listed for permission. We ask this for two reasons: so that each outlet can track who is interested in its content, and just in case there’s a rare situation when and original piece isn’t available for redistribution.
3. Redistribute with proper credit, and if you redistribute electronically, include the link to the content provider’s website.
Keep our freelancers in mind, too
AJPA has more than 50 superb, veteran freelance members who are available to write stories for your media outlets on virtually any subject. When you’re looking for a freelancer, please be sure to look at the Freelancer Profile section of our website. Please note: freelance payment for original assignments or reprints is to be negotiated between the writer and media outlet.