- Haaretz is Israel's oldest daily newspaper. Both Hebrew and English editions can be read on the Internet, and its English edition is published and sold with the International New York Times. In North America, it comes out as a weekly newspaper, combining articles from the Friday edition with a roundup from the rest of the week. It is known for its left-liberal stance on domestic and foreign issues.
- ISRAEL21c is an online news magazine offering a diverse source of news and information about 21st century Israel from some of Israel's leading journalists. It focuses on Israeli culture, technology, and religion rather than political conflict.
- Jpost is the online branch of the Jerusalem Post. It primarily covers news from Israel, the Jewish World and the Middle East. While it was once seen as left-wing, the paper underwent a significant shift to the right in the late 1980s. Later, after the paper changed managements 2004, there was a noticeable effort to restore the paper's reputation as being neutral.
- reThink Israel is an American nonprofit with a desire to share positive information about Israel’s diversity, ingenuity and international humanitarian outreach. They are secular and nonpartisan, and don't post stories about religion or politics.
- The Size Doesn’t Matter (SDM) campaign is a Canadian social media site that includes videos, an interactive website and promotional giveaways. It highlighting the multitude of Israel’s accomplishments and contributions in a fun way, including Israeli nightlife, pop culture, technology, culture, art, innovation and much more.
- Ynet is an Israeli news and general content website, which is the online outlet for Yediot Ahronot, the country's second leading daily newspaper. However, most of Ynet's content is original work, published exclusively on the website and written by an independent staff. Ynet was launched on June 2000 in Hebrew only, but since 2004 operates a short English edition, Ynetnews, which deals mainly with news and commentary. It aligns with centrist political beliefs.