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.


  • L'Chayim, with Rabbi Mark S. Golub interviewing various Jewish personalities and their ideologies.

Former shows[edit]

  • Jewish Spectrums which interviews various Jews and their accomplishments (Ended in 1995).