About

 

WHY:

Jewish connections media was founded in 2017 by Rabbi Yitzi Weiner and Rabbi Paysach Diskind, with the aim of creating content that can help connect the vast majority of Jews that are not currently engaged by established Jewish publishing houses.

JCM also aims to  address the pressing need to provide content that focuses on the joy of Judaism, as well as content that helps build a genuine relationship with HaShem

I addition,  there is currently no Jewish publishing company that focuses on digital content and digital distribution

Finally, the bar is currently set very high for aspiring content producers. A focus on creating digital content and digital distribution can greatly reduce the costs, and give access to more talent

How:

How do we aim to do this? We have partnerships with digital media producers in Europe who can produce content at a faction of the cost that it is currently produced at.

We are going to distribute our content through our JCM app. This can take content straight from the producers directly to the consumer, circumvolving the traditional middle man markups, and reducing cost both to the producers as well as the consumers.

We will also partner with existing publishing houses to distribute physical copies of our material

What:

Here are some  of our products that are currently in production

  1. Books

Books for adults

Illustrated children’s book

E-Books

Audiobooks

Book Editing and Publishing

  1. Audio Plays
  2. Music

Music production

Music recording and distribution

  1. Video

Short animated trigger clips

Feature length animated productions

  1. Apps

Apps that address the unique needs of the Jewish community

 

  1. Curriculum

Multimedia curriculums for schools and Jewish organizations

  1. Newsletter

Customized weekly newsletter with inspiring content

  1. Jewish SEO

SEO that addresses the unique needs of the Jewish community, that will help Jewish organization rank on page one

  1. Judaica

Artful, tasteful and creative Judaica

 

 

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