Radio Goes Online for The First Time
TILL 1 DECEMBER 2003
November 30th was the first day the World Sephardi News Service
rolled out its first edition of the WSNS Sephardic News Radio.
WSNS, an operation of the International Society for Sephardic
Progress (ISFSP) plans to initially offer Sephardic News Radio
on a weekly basis, then increase, eventually offering a daily
has been one of our"most successful operations," mentioned
Peyton Bass, WSNS Director of Operations and consultant to the
current WSNS news broadcast is available in both Real Player as
well as MP3 format. The latter can be downloaded and listened
to offline, or placed on a CD and listed to in the car or elsewhere.
Alfassa, Executive Director of the ISFSP said he was "incredibly
proud" of his staff who helped pull this together, for the
sake of the Sephardic community. "I hope the audio broadcasts
will not only be informative, but will allow those who are visually
impaired to also enjoy hearing the news." Alfassa went on
to say that he hoped places like the Sephardic Home, a Jewish
nursing facility in New York, would play the broadcasts for its
residents who might not read, but are interested in staying up
to date with current affairs.
broadcasts will soon be available weekly on www.SephardiNews.com
International Society for Sephardic Progress (ISFSP) is a Jewish
agency developed to serve the Sephardic community--the descendants
of the Jews of historic Spain, Portugal, North Africa and the
Levant who share both common religious and cultural bonds. Although
based in the United States, the ISFSP is an advocacy organization
representing Sephardim internationally. The ISFSP also functions
to produce high quality Jewish educational projects which will
educate the public on the rich Sephardic Jewish communities, past
ISFSP is a
a non-profit organization.