Maariv (מַעֲרִיב‎) (1948 - Present) is an Israeli Hebrew-language daily newspaper. Currently, the newspaper is second in sales nationally and third in readership. Founded in 1948 by former Yediot Aharonot journalists led by Dr. Ezriel Carlebach, Maariv quickly became the most widely read newspaper in the country. After this initial success, the paper slowly began to decline. In the 2010s, Maariv was passed between three different owners before it was acquired by its current operator Eli Azour. Since then, Maariv has slowly reestablished its place in the industry.

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