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Mishpacha readers are Jewish men, women, and children committed to a Torah lifestyle. Every week, the magazine reaches over 250,000 readers, offering exciting articles, coverage of burning issues, and human interest stories from the Jewish world. Our team of editors and writers includes top journalists of diverse affiliations – Ashkenazic and Sephardic, Israelis, Americans, Europeans, Canadians, Australians, and South Africans – and it’s this colorful mix of cultures that gives the magazine its universal appeal. Mishpacha is the optimum conduit to get your message across to this growing niche audience.

Readership: Global

  • US/Canada - 180,000
  • Israel - 48,000
  • Europe - 24,000
  • Australia - 2,000
  • South Africa - 1,200

Total Readership: 250,000+

  • Subscribers - 40%
  • Newsstand - 60%

Frequency: 50 issues per year

  • Special supplements throughout the year

Major US Locations

  • Brooklyn
  • Queens
  • Manhattan
  • Staten Island
  • Long Island
  • Monsey
  • Lakewood
  • Passaic
  • Teaneck
  • Chicago
  • Baltimore
  • Atlanta
  • Miami
  • Detroit
  • Minneapolis
  • Los Angeles
  • Cleveland
  • Silver Spring

Top five international locations

  • Israel
  • Canada
  • England
  • Australia
  • Switzerland 

Mishpacha reader statistics

  • 86% are married
  • 64% of newsstand purchasers buy the magazine weekly
  • 53% are consumers between the ages of 21 and 40
  • 84% have children
  • 31% own more than one car
  • 59% keep each edition and/or save them for family and friends
  • 23% have access to the internet

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