Jerusalem Post Group launches TMI, a brand new celebrity gossip website

Congratulations gossip fans: TMI launches, giving readers all the latest celebrity news in Israel and around the world.

April 3, 2016 18:02
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TMI. (photo credit: screenshot)


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The Jerusalem Post Group launched its brand new celebrity gossip website TMI on Sunday. The Hebrew entertainment and celebrity gossip site will stir things up in the Holy Land and serve up the latest interesting juicy news tidbits from Israel and around the world.

The groups' stars, who are the biggest talents in the gossip business, are the main writers for the site and are tasked with delivering all of the hot and interesting scoops, just as they've been doing for The Jerusalem Post's sister newspaper Ma'ariv. They are Miki Levin, who's been delivering the exclusive news throughout the week, Liora Goldenberg-Stern, the well-known writer for Maariv's weekend edition, Ma'ariv Sofhashavua, and Michal Galanti, the head of business gossip.

Click here to get a look at the new TMI Website 

The site, managed and edited by Amir Tzomer and designed by Sefi Bogin, will provide its readers with all of the latest interesting and uncensored info. TMI will combine items from the glamorous world of celebs with a peek into the behind-the-scenes world of business, as well as style critiques from Chen Avni, paparazzi photos, specials and scandals that will entertain all gossip fans. The site was developed through months of hard work by the Jerusalem Post Group's Internet Department, led by Yossi Aviv.

Jerusalem Post Group CEO Ronit Hasin-Hochman discussed the launching of TMI, saying, "We are proud to be launching a gossip site, the likes of which hasn't been seen in Israel. On its first day live on the web, readers can already see the site's distinct character and the quality of its writers and editors, who are delivering interesting content for readers about celebrities and business people in Israel and abroad in a fresh and exciting fashion."

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