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ORT America Michigan Region

Shalom TV
On Locally

S

halom TV, the first national
Jewish cable television
network, is now available as
part of Bright House Network's Free
Video On Demand service, serving
Livonia, Farmington, Farmington
Hills, Livonia, Novi and Redford.
The network is free and can be
accessed by going to Channel 123
which is Video on Demand, then
selecting Entertainment, and then
scrolling to Shalom TV.
Shalom TV can also be found
on Comcast through Channel 1-On
Demand, (select TV/Entertainment
and then go to Shalom TV.)
Shalom TV is a mainstream
Jewish network that offers an array
of English-language programming
from entertainment and children's
shows to news analysis, event cover-
age and Jewish studies. It is available
in more than 20 million homes
nationwide on cable systems.
Shalom TV, which is neither a
religious network nor affiliated with
any specific organization, sees itself
as a window into Jewish life.
Here is a sample of Shalom TV:
•Jewish Film Festival showcases
a new movie each week including
American and Israeli feature films,
documentaries, and Yiddish classics.
• 92nd Street Y presents lectures
and programs from the stage of the
renowned cultural center in New
York City exclusively on Shalom TV.
•Jewish C-SPAN features expert
guest analysis and exclusive cover-
age of major events, rallies and
national conventions with emphasis
on issues of concern to Israel.
• Shalom TV's Israel Update is a
weekly review of events.
•Shalom TV Kids, including a
weekly "Story Time" for very young
viewers, and an adventure series for
older children called "Agent Ernes."
Shalom TV has created a children's
program, "Mr. Bookstein's Store
introducing young people to Jewish
holidays, customs and alphabet.
•Jewish Studies on Shalom TV
features the thoughts of leading rab-
binic minds from all movements.
• The series, Choosing Jewish
Family, Shalom addresses issues
faced by families with a spouse who
has converted to Judaism or where
there is a mixed marriage commit-
ted to creating a Jewish home.
Viewers can receive a weekly
schedule via e-mail by sending a
request to david@shalomtv.com . L!

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