The Jewish Chronicle joins Ozone

The Jewish Chronicle joins Ozone

London-based Jewish weekly news publication The Jewish Chronicle has become the latest publisher to join Ozone, the premium digital advertising platform built for brands by publishers.

Ozone sells display ads and pools publishers’ data at scale. As a result of the new partnership, The Jewish Chronicle’s digital audience will now form part of Ozone’s premium audience platform.

The deal is the latest in a string of publisher signings with Ozone this year. In March, Daily Mail and Metro publisher Mail Metro Media and LGBTQIA+ outlet PinkNews joined the publisher alliance, as did specialist interest publisher Our Media in May.

Founded in 1841, The Jewish Chronicle is the world’s oldest continuously published Jewish newsbrand in the world. It offers the Jewish community news and opinions across a wide range of topics including politics, health, education and lifestyle, investigations, and more.

“We are thrilled to join Ozone’s publisher alliance and become part of their audience-led platform,” said The Jewish Chronicle CEO Jo Bucci. “The JC is deeply rooted in the Jewish community, and we are excited to expand our digital footprint, offering new brands and services to our readers whilst continuing to deliver up-to-date relevant and diverse content.”

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