St. Louis Jewish Light
|Editor-in-chief||Robert A. Cohn (emeritus)|
|Managing editors||Mike Sherwin|
|Headquarters||6 Millstone Campus,
St. Louis, Missouri
|Circulation||10,000 households (2012)|
The St. Louis Jewish Light is a weekly Jewish newspaper distributed in St. Louis, Missouri, that was established in 1947. It is located at 6 Millstone Campus, St. Louis. It is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, and has an independent board of directors.
In 2004, its editorial board approved accepting same-sex commitment announcements in the newspaper, by a vote of 9-7. Orthodox board members, joined by some non-Orthodox members, opposed publication of the announcements.
Circulation and readership
In 1991, 78% of the readers of the newspaper said they were interested in news about Israel. In 1992, it had a circulation of 15,000 and a readership estimated at 50,000, and in 2007, it had a circulation of 14,500 households. In 2012, the circulation was approximately 10,000.
Robert A. Cohn is Editor-in-Chief emeritus of the newspaper, was President of the American Jewish Press Association. In 1992, after 22 years with the newspaper, Cohn was promoted to the joint position of Editor-in-Chief and publisher.
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