Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle

The Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh is a weekly newspaper published every Thursday for the Jewish community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, and the surrounding area. The newspaper is owned and distributed by the Jewish Publication and Education Foundation. The founding executive editor of the Jewish Chronicle in 1962 was Albert W. Bloom, then a reporter and science editor of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Bloom wrote the editorials and a weekly column "People and Issues" for over 20 years. Under Bloom's leadership, the paper became one of the leading Jewish papers in the US, and ran a number of prize winning series. Bloom continued as editor until his retirement in 1983, when he also served as President of the American Jewish Press Association. Source

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Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
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Frequency Weekly
Days Published Wed