One place print isn't dying

jewisj-journal-cover-91412.jpgThis week's edition of the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles totals 148 pages — "the largest in our 26 year history," says editor Rob Eshman. "It is also completely redesigned, with a new masthead, new page layouts, new features. So I guess print isn't dead."


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