Jewish Life Television Celebrates 10th Anniversary With New Flagship Show
“America Undiscovered” Showcases Stories About Unique People and Places
December 8, 2015, Los Angeles, CA --- Jewish Life Television Network, (JLTV), today announced it will launch an original weekly show in 2016 to anchor its new decade of programming. “America Undiscovered” will be a weekly 30-minute series sharing inspiring stories about everyday Jewish Americans throughout the United States and Canada. The show will be the network’s flagship program airing in a prime Sunday morning time slot followed by new weekly concerts from Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
“America Undiscovered” will kick off a new cultural block of programming as JLTV enters its second decade as the only 24/7 network dedicated to educational, cultural, and political shows focusing on Jewish life. Hosted by respected broadcast journalist, Susan Neisloss, “America Undiscovered” will share profiles of individuals who exemplify what makes the Jewish American heritage rich and diverse.
“I’ve been wanting to do an original series like “America Undiscovered” for several years and the time is right given the alarming increase in anti-Semitism and religious intolerance worldwide,” said Phil Blazer, founder and president of JLTV. “We need examples of inspiring people to uplift and unite us, and this show is designed to do just that.”
“We’re excited to share amazing stories about everyday people who comprise the colorful mosaic of Jews throughout North America”, according to “America Undiscovered” host, Susan Neisloss, a former broadcast journalist. “I’m eager to introduce viewers to a wide variety of characters and communities that exemplify the unique “can do” spirit at the core of Jewish American life.”
“America Undiscovered” is scheduled to begin airing Season One, comprised of 10 original episodes, in Spring 2016. The series will have its premiere screening at an HBO-hosted cocktail event in New York Wednesday, January 20th from 6pm-8pm. The event will be held at HBO’s screening room located at 1100 Avenue of the Americas (at 42nd Street). Seating is limited and the deadline to RSVP is Wednesday January 13th by contacting Joyce Sachartoff: firstname.lastname@example.org , 818-786-4000.