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Be prepared. SDJW hiatus ahead

SAN DIEGO — San Diego Jewish World will go on a two month hiatus, beginning January 1 and ending February 28, its co-publisher and editor Donald H. Harrison has announced.

“When we resume publication March 1, we anticipate it will be with fresh ideas about how to best serve our readers,” said Harrison.  “Should we focus strictly on Jewish news, or should we continue to publish a large diet of national and international news as well?”

Over the two month evaluation period, he said, “We’ll also look at such issues as layout, placement of advertising, use of illustrations, and the like.”

Harrison urged readers who have constructive ideas about the editorial content or the design of San Diego Jewish World to please offer their suggestions via [email protected]

Depending on the month, San Diego Jewish World serves an average of 5,500 to 8,000 visitors per day.  “I anticipate that number will fall off as a result of the hiatus, but I’m confident we’ll build it right back up after we return,” Harrison said.  The publication will remain online during the two months in question, but no new content will be added during that period.

“We have almost 30,000 separate articles archived on the site, so there will be plenty for browsers to read,” said Harrison.  Advertising will continue to be shown on the site, but advertisers will not be charged, he added.

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