Shalom TV

Hasbara Vehicle Goes Dark

10/13/2015 - 20:00

At a time when Palestinian violence against Israeli Jews is spiking, with a spate of stabbings in Jerusalem, viewers in New York will no longer get the news from an Israeli perspective — the Israel Broadcasting Authority unexpectedly shutdown last Wednesday.

Jewish Broadcasting System’s Mark Golub: “Insane that Israel would let IBA go under at this time.”

David Broza, Music and Discussion

Performance and discussion from Israeli singer-songwriter and activist David Broza, who shares what it was like to fulfill a dream when he created the project "East Jerusalem/West Jerusalem". A Jewish Week event from Temple Emanu-El, with Jewish Week board member David Sable.

Shalom TV Now On Cablevision

11/28/2012 - 19:00

Shalom TV, which fancies itself as a Jewish PBS, will be available for no extra charge to Cablevision customers in the Greater New York Tri-State Area beginning Dec. 4.

The 24/7 channel will be found on Channel 138.

Shalom TV, which premiered in 2006, is a public service of Jewish Education in Media, a non-profit organization founded in 1979. It features daily news programs from Israel and here, kids' programming, exclusive telecasts from the 92nd Street Y, films and live coverage of Friday night Shabbat and holiday services. It began a 24/7 format in March.

Media: Clinton’s Rabbi Is Mainstream, Israel’s Rabbis ‘Extreme’

Victories for intermarriage against the ‘narrow.’
08/09/2010 - 20:00
Associate Editor


Maybe some Orthodox Jews are feeling “triumphalist” these days, with their high birthrates, high degrees of Jewish literacy and low assimilation rates, but to read the papers lately is to see Orthodoxy as a Palooka getting pummeled in a Pier 6 brawl. Between Chelsea Clinton’s intermarriage and the shelved conversion bill in Israel, the Orthodox are certainly getting the worst of it.


Orthodox Rabbis were called "extreme" but not Rabbi James Ponet, above.
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