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Jewish Life Television

Jewish Life Television
Launched 2007
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country United States
Language English
Broadcast area North America
Headquarters Los Angeles
New York City
Toronto, Canada
DirecTV (USA) Channel 366
Time Warner Cable
(NYC, NJ, L.A.)
Check Local Listings
Bright House Networks (Tampa Bay) Channel 172
(South Florida, Houston)
Check Local Listings
Bell Fibe TV (Canada) Channel 751
Streaming media
Digital media receiver Roku

Jewish Life Television (JLTV) is a 24-hour, full-time TV network delivering Jewish-themed programming. Launched in 2007, JLTV offers news, sports, lifestyle and entertainment programming including films, documentaries, music, reviews, interviews and special events. Its spotlight on Israel and Jewish life is facilitated by broadcast facilities in Los Angeles. Members of its website can access live and on-demand programming; watch unique local, national and international news stories; and take part in one of the fastest growing online social networks. In the U.S., JLTV can be seen by over 40 million households across all 50 states through DIRECTV, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Google Fiber, Atlantic Broadband, Bright House, and independent cable systems.

Canadian distribution

On January 26, 2011, Jewish Life Television was officially added to the CRTC's approved list of foreign services, allowing the channel to expand into Canada. Ethnic Channels Group, who sponsored the application to get JLTV on the approved list, is the official Canadian distributor of the channel.[1]

On July 17, 2014, JLTV officially launched in Canada on Bell Fibe TV.


  1. ^ Broadcasting Regulatory Policy CRTC 2011-45

External links

  • Official web site
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