The Jewish Life Foundation is proud to honor Phil Blazer for his 50 years of Jewish broadcasting by creating a commemorative tribute journal highlighting his decades of positive activism and the journey that led to the creation of JLTV. In February of 1965, Phil launched the first rhythm and blues radio station in the Twin Cities along with radio personality Wolfman Jack (aka Bob Smith).  That one moment in time changed Phil's life and he began broadcasting his Jewish program. Over the years, the scope of his Jewish media enterprise widened with the expansion of his radio program, the 1973 creation of the National and Los Angeles Jewish News and in 1977, his television program. In 2006, Phil launched America's 24/7 Jewish television network, JLTV, which can be seen in over 42 million homes 24/7 across all 50 states and Canada. Phil has participated in several of the outstanding historic moments of modern Israel, such as broadcasting his program...
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