Streaming Seders

The Jewish holiday of Passover, which starts tonight, features two nights of Seders – festive meals combined with readings and songs to celebrate the liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt.

You can stream Seders tomorrow night, April 11, from either Sim Shalom or Jewish Life Television – or both!

Sim Shalom, described as an online Jewish Universalist synagogue, will live-stream its Seder at 7 pm, and viewers are invited to participate via live chat. Go to the temple’s website or Facebook page.

Two hours later, JLTV (aka “America’s Chosen Network”) will show a Seder attended by several of its on-air personalities, including Sunda Croonquist (James & Sunda), John Kerwin (The John Kerwin Show), Brad Pomerance (J Report) and Scott Rubin (Chutzpah!). You can watch the Seder (and indeed, all of the network’s shows) via JLTV’s live feed.

Unfortunately, for both Seders, you’ll need to supply the food!

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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