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'Cause we need more TV to watch: FREE Month of The Jewish Channel for Jewschool Readers

Hey folks. We need some Jewschoolers to take a test drive for our friends over at The Jewish Channel.
This week’s “Week in Review” includes Jewish responses to the situation in Iran, coverage from last week’s New Israel Fund/Makom event at the JCC in Manhattan & perspectives on birthright NEXT’s Shabbat dinner sponsorship program.
You can also check out films and original TV series.
The first-ever Jewish television news broadcast was recently launched by The Jewish Channel. Because we need discerning audience members like those who follow every detail here at Jewschool, TLC is offering the entire Jewschool readership a free month of TJC to get your feedback. If you don’t like TJC, you can cancel at the end of the month.
For the free month redemption, simply call 1-866-769-2297 and follow the directions, using the coupon code “JSC.”
The Jewish Channel is available on the following systems:
iO Optimum Cable Channel 291
Time Warner Cable Channel 528
Cox Cable Channel 1
Verizon FiOS Channel 900

7 thoughts on “'Cause we need more TV to watch: FREE Month of The Jewish Channel for Jewschool Readers

  1. It’s a great channel – my parents get it on demand and between the Israeli movies and interesting documentaries, it actually has a lot to offer.

  2. I think I got 9 Christian channels on Direct TV and not one Jewish Channel. Though Zola Budd is good for a few laughs on a Sunday when my football team is tanking. And why can’t this Jewish channel be simply webcasted or you tubed etc?

  3. If you are looking for a channel that provides you with matters of Jewish interest, a far better choice than the Jewish Channel would be Shalom TV. Rather than featuring only movies, Shalom TV includes exclusive news and event coverage, documentaries and programming dealing with the situation in the Middle East. You can see exclusive interviews with people like jeffery Goldberg, Mort Klein and Elie Weisel among others , learn to read Hebrew, study basic Judaism and improve your kosher cooking . Children’s programming is even included.
    Shalom TV is available on Comcast, Time Warner, Verizon, Fios and Cox – never at an EXTRA charge.

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