Jewish news network goes live
A Jewish news network is to begin broadcasting from September 21st. Jewish News 1 (JN1) will act as an alternative to the world’s leading news networks – CNN, Fox News and Sky News.
According to the Makor Rishon site, the channel will broadcast from Israel via satellite to Europe, north America and the Middle East.
The network has already set up studios in Tel Aviv, Brussels and Kiev, and additional studios will be opened in Washington, Paris and London in the coming months. The broadcasts will initially be in English, but JN1 will later add seven more languages, including Hebrew, French, Italian, Russian and German.