High Holiday Services from the Jewish Broadcasting Service will be available this year to many listeners through cable TV or the Internet. There are three ways to receive the programs: if you subscribe to Direct TV tune to channel 388. Or you can receive the services on a Roku streaming TV device under the heading “religion.” With the Internet on your television, smart phone, or a computer, enter the web address JBSTV.org.
The services will broadcast at the following east coast times:
Kol Nidre on Tuesday September 18, 6 PM and again at 8:30 PM
Yom Kippur Family Service on Wednesday SEP 19 at 9 AM, and service at 10:45 AM
Services will also be broadcast on Sukkot starting the evening of Sunday September 23 at 6 PM, and Monday September 24 at 9:30 AM.
Services for Simchat Torah will be broadcast on Sunday September 30, at 6 PM and Monday October 1 at 9:30 AM.
The Jewish Broadcasting Service does not charge for these programs (although you may incur streaming fees, depending on your TV or Internet provider).
JBS Jewish Broadcasting service is a Jewish Television Network available worldwide. JBS programs address the entire spectrum of the Jewish experience, with movies, news and information, Israel shows, programs from New York’s 92nd Street Y, children’s programs, Jewish study, Hebrew lessons, Kabbalah, author and celebrity interviews, event coverage, Jewish documentaries, Holocaust testimonies, Jewish cooking, and Jewish entertainment and live call-in programs.