List of newspapers in Israel

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Entrance of Beit Sokolov, house of the Israeli Journalists Association

This list of newspapers in Israel is a list of newspapers printed and distributed in the State of Israel. Most are published in Hebrew, but there are also newspapers catering to Arabic speakers, and newspapers catering to immigrants speaking a variety of other languages, such as Russian, English and French.

In 2022, a TGI survey indicated that Israel Hayom, distributed for free, is Israel's most read newspaper, with a 31% weekday readership exposure, followed by Yedioth Ahronoth, with 23.9%, Haaretz with 4.7%, and Maariv with 3.5%.[1]

National newspapers[edit]

Name Translation Language(s) Frequency Readership share (%) Circulation Founded Owner Notes
B'Sheva At Seven Hebrew Weekly 2002 Arutz Sheva Aimed at Religious Zionists
Calcalist Economist Hebrew Daily 2008 Yedioth Ahronoth Group Business news
Courier Russian Daily 1991 Israel Libo Feigin
Globes Hebrew Daily 1983 Fishman Group Business news
Haaretz The Land Hebrew, English Daily 4.7%[2] 72,000[3] 1919 Haaretz Group
Hamodia The Informer Hebrew, English, French Daily 1950 World Agudath Israel Aimed at Haredi Jews
Israel HaYom Israel Today Hebrew (website also in English) Daily 31%[2] 275,000[4] 2007 Sheldon Adelson Free newspaper
Al-Ittihad The Union Arabic Daily 1944 Maki
The Jerusalem Post English, French Daily 50,000[5] 1932 Eli Azur Formerly the Palestine Post
Kul al-Arab All Arabs Arabic Weekly 1987 Al-Arab Group
Maariv Evening Hebrew Daily 3.5%[2] 1948 Eli Azur
Al-Madina The City Arabic Weekly 2004 Rana Asali
Makor Rishon Primary Source Hebrew Weekly 1997 Sheldon Adelson Aimed at Religious Zionists
Novosti Nedeli Weekly News Russian Weekly 1989 Eli Azur
TheMarker Hebrew Daily 2008 Haaretz Group Business news
Yated Ne'eman Reliable Basis Hebrew Daily 1985 Degel HaTorah Aimed at Haredi Jews
Yedioth Ahronoth Latest News Hebrew (websites also in English and Spanish) Daily 23.9%[2] 1939 Yedioth Ahronoth Group

Readership[edit]

The following are the Israeli newspapers exposure rates according to the Target Group Index (TGI), with surveys from 2016, 2019 and 2020.[6][7][8]

Name Weekday %

(as of 2021)[2]

Israel Hayom 31%
Yedioth Ahronoth 23.9%
Haaretz 4.7%
Maariv 3.5%

Local newspapers[edit]

Jerusalem
Tel Aviv

Defunct newspapers[edit]

Israeli press, 1949
Party–affiliated

During the Mandate era and the first decades following independence, there were numerous newspapers owned and associated with political parties. They had mostly been discontinued by the 1970s, though a few remain, including Hamodia (Agudat Yisrael), al-Ittihad (Maki) and Yated Ne'eman (Degel HaTorah).

Independent

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ישראל היום או ידיעות? זה העיתון הנקרא בישראל | סקר TGI". Ice (in Hebrew). Retrieved 19 June 2022.
  2. ^ a b c d e "ישראל היום או ידיעות? זה העיתון הנקרא בישראל | סקר TGI". Ice (in Hebrew). Retrieved 19 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Dov Alfon named as new Haaretz editor-in-chief". Haaretz. 12 February 2008. Retrieved 10 February 2013.
  4. ^ "Excess of Free Newspapers, Led by Adelson's Israel Hayom, Choking Israel's Print Media". Haaretz. Retrieved 17 June 2022.
  5. ^ "The Israeli Press". Jewishvirtuallibrary.org. Retrieved 8 June 2013.
  6. ^ "סקר TGI מחצית 2016: "ישראל היום" מגדיל את הפער; "הארץ" קורס - וואלה! ברנז'ה". וואלה! (in Hebrew). 25 July 2016. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  7. ^ "Israel Hayom - TGI Survery asserts Israel Hayom's lead". www.israelhayom.com. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  8. ^ "Israel: market share of newspapers 2019". Statista. Retrieved 18 June 2022.

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