Welcome 5777 At Home With Hotwire


BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Tired of being shoved into a synagogue that just yesterday was an auditorium at FAU? Tired of repenting in public? Hotwire, the fiber optic provider taking South Florida by storm, is offering free television services as part of your service. 
Hotwire is in the processing of moving its world headquarters to South Florida. 
From Hotwire: 
“Hotwire Communications will provide live broadcast of High Holy Day Services at all Fision properties throughout the 18 states we serve. Continuing a tradition that started in 2015, these free broadcasts are part of Hotwire’s continuing commitment to the Jewish community during this most sacred of seasons. The services will originate from the First Baptist Church (ed. note: that’s not a typo), presented by the All Peoples Synagogue in Fort Lauderdale, officiated by Rabbi Frank. Response to the previous year’s broadcasts were overwhelmingly poisitive. 
Said Arline Ravitch of West Palm Beach: “I would just like to thank you so much for this wonderful service. For people who are unable to get out and go to synagogue, this is a blessing and much appreciated.”
Tune in Channel 268:
Erev Rosh Hashana: 7:30p, Sunday, October 2.
Rosh Hashana: 10am, Monday, October 3. 
Yom Kippur services will be announced. 
Hotwire will also provide live services from the Central Synagogue in New York City on JBS, the Jewish Broadcasting Service, on Channel 269. 
On November 1st, Hotwire will provide the Israeli Network on Channel 681.


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