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Don't Miss an Upcoming Hadassah TV Appearance

Monday, Jun 22 2015

We are proud and excited to announce that Prof. Eyal Mishani, Director of Research and Development at the Hadassah Medical Organization and Janice Weinman, CEO/Executive Director of HWZOA will appear on the Jewish Broadcasting System (JBS, formerly Shalom TV) via cable stations around the country. Don’t miss this probing, insightful and entertaining interview and please share this with everyone on your email list, so we can spread the word about the wonderful work we do here in the US and in Israel.

The program called “L’Chayim,” hosted by Rabbi Marc Golub, president and CEO of JBS, will appear at the dates and times below. If you cannot watch live or DVR the program, check it out on the JBS YouTube page for future viewing.

Dates and Times

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 9:00 PM
Thursday, June 25, 2015 12:00 AM
Thursday, June 25, 2015 3:00 PM

Here's where you can see the JBS Channel

Atlantic Broadband on CH 168 in Miami Beach
Blue Ridge on CH 215
Buckeye CableSystem on Ch 164 Digital Basic
CenturyLink® Prism™ on CH 590 (SD) and CH 1590 (HD)
Google Fiber TV CH 459 (HD) in Kansas, Missouri, Provo Utah & Mountain View, CA (Coming soon to Austin, TX)
Hotwire CH 269 in South Florida.
MetroCast CH 76 in Maine and New Hampshire.
Optimum CH 138 in Westchester, Rockland County, Long Island, Fairfield County, CT, Brooklyn, the Bronx (including Riverdale) and New Jersey.
RCN CH 269 in Chicago, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, DC, Maryland, Northern Virginia; CH 334 in Lehigh Valley, PA.
Service Electric Cable TV CH 127 in Lehigh Valley, PA & Western NJ and CH 132 in Wilkes Barre
ROKU Streaming Player to your TV : "Religion and Spirituality" in the Channel Store
Full web browser capable TVs, iPad, iPhone, tablets and smart phones
Visit the JBS YouTube page.

Please share this exciting event with your friends and family. It's easy! Just use the buttons along the right side of your screen.

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From: Rita on June 24, 2015
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