The Internet contains a wealth of Jewish media for viewing and listening: Hebrew lessons, news from Israel, lectures from the 92nd Street Y, Sabbath and Daily Minyan services, Torah study, Jewish music, etc.
The following internet websites will provide a rich variety of Jewish content:
- Jewish Life Television ( http://www.jewishlifetv.com/)
This station, a 24/7 Jewish-themed television channel offers news and sports, motion pictures and documentaries, comedy and entertainment and special events from around the globe.
- Jewish Broadcast Service ( http://jbstv.org/)
A 24/7 television network covering a comprehensive spectrum of Jewish life. The content shown fosters Jewish understanding, strengthens Jewish identity, and inspires Jewish commitment among both involved and unengaged Jews. Offerings include holiday and Sabbath Reformed Movement services from the Central Synagogue in New York City, Lectures from New York City’s 92nd Street Y, national and Israeli news, and a wide variety of Jewish themed entertainment.
- Live Streaming At Central Synagogue (http://www.centralsynagogue.org/worship/live_streaming)
Central Synagogue is a thriving Reform congregation in Midtown Manhattan, serving 2,300 families and the larger community. Dubbed by the Wall Street Journal as New York’s first “mega-shul,” Central Synagogue is one of the largest Jewish congregations in North America and the oldest synagogue in New York City in continuous use.
- Chabad Jewish Television (http://www.chabad.org/multimedia/default_cdo/aid/591213/jewish/Jewishtv.htm)
Jewish video megasite for the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch movement that promotes Judaism and provides an Orthodox Jewish orientation, daily Torah lectures and Jewish insights.
- Florida State University, Recorded Music Collection, Judaic Music Collection (http://rsa.fau.edu/blog/category/judaic-collection/)
This internet site contains the largest collection of cantorial and liturgical, Yiddish, holiday, and secular Jewish music.
If you have a device that connects wirelessly (virtually all computers, tablets, laptops, and smartphones, already have built-in Wi-Fi capabilities) but need technical assistance, JFS can offer assistance through Help@Home.