|Owner(s)||The Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte|
|Publisher||The Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte|
|Headquarters||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Circulation||4,137 households (December 2012)|
The Charlotte Jewish News (the CJN) is a monthly (except July) Jewish magazine headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Charlotte Jewish News reports on local and international Jewish news, events, and Jewish holidays, rituals. It has sections on art, sports, entertainment, health, business, finance, real estate, and Jewish travel, as well as kosher recipes.
The Editor of the CJN is Shira Firestone. Its circulation as of December 2012 was 4,137 households.
The first issue of the Charlotte Jewish News was published in January 1979. That issue was sponsored by the Charlotte Jewish Federation, the Hebrew Academy, and the Jewish Community Center, and its editor was Ann Langman. Its co-Editor and co-founder was Rita Mond, who served as its full-time Editor for many years and subsequently as an advertising executive.
The editors through the years are as follows:
|Ann Langman (with Rita Mond listed as co-editor)||Jan 1979|||
|Ann Langman and Rita Mond||Dec 1979|||
|Rita Mond||Jun/Jul 1984|||
|Harvey Cohen||Jun/Jul 1994|||
|Cynthia Chapman||Aug 1996|||
|Susan Kramer||May 1997|||
|Suzanne Cannon (interim editor)||Apr 1998|||
|Amy Krakovitz Montoni||Aug 1998|||
|Shira Firestone||Aug 2020|||
The Charlotte Jewish News is affiliated with and published by the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte, and operates as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. It is overseen by a board of directors representing members of the Charlotte Jewish community. It is a member of the Jewish Press Association, and abides by its ethics.
The Foundation of Shalom Park, a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, owns and manages the properties and facilities for the Charlotte Jewish News.