- Jewish Life Television
Jewish Life Television is full-time Jewish Television outlet. It broadcasts 24/7 from studios in Los Angeles, New York and Toronto. Its line up includes a wide variety of themed programming, including motion pictures, documentaries, interviews, news and sports, entertainment, and numerous special events.
The network was launched in 2007 and picked up soon after by Time Warner, among other digital and satellite broadcasters.
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