National Jewish Television
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National Jewish Television is a Jewish television channel seen as a three-hour block every Sunday on religious and Public-access television cable TV channels in the United States. National Jewish Television was founded in 1979 by Joel Levitch.
- The Phil Blazer Show—explains Jewish life in Los Angeles and abroad with Phil Blazer serving as host.
- Hineni—features Rebbitzen Esther Jungreis reading from a book in the Torah and emphasizing the portion.
- The Leon Charney Report—an hour-long show featuring Leon Charney discussing politics and other current issues with many guests, mostly from New York City.
- L'Chayim, with Rabbi Mark S. Golub interviewing various Jewish personalities and their ideologies.
- A Cable to Jewish Life, with Rabbi Josef Katzman interviewing many Orthodox Jewish guests, including Avraham Fried, and their connection with Chabad.
- Jerusalem on Line with Michael Greenspan, talking about the happenings in Jerusalem. (Ended in 2002)
- Jewish Spectrums which interviews various Jews and their accomplishments (Ended in 1995).
- RTN, otherwise known as Russian Television Network, featuring an hour-long program for Russian immigrants. (Ended in 1998).
- Talkline's Jewish Music Countdown' features various Jewish musicians and their music videos.
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