Shalom TV is a TV channel broadcast in Russian in Israel. The main audience of the TV channel is Russian-speaking immigrants from the countries of the former USSR living in Israel. The main content of the channel is made up of the news, feature films, documentaries, talk shows, and programs for children. The channel is designed for people of all ages and social categories.
The SHALOM TV channel is conceived as a "living bridge" that will connect Russian-speaking people in our countries in time and space. Programs for him are being created in Russia and Israel.
The channel's task is to establish live interactive communication between Russian-speaking people in our countries using modern television means - to connect with warm memories of the past, fill the present with interesting and positive information, and build a "bridge" to the future.
HOW TO WATCH SHALOM TV
AMOS 7 is an Israeli communications satellite located at 4 degrees West longitude, owned by Spacecom. Broadcasting extends to the Middle East, including Israel, Europe, and the US east coast.
- Satellite: AMOS 7 (4.0 ° W)
- Reception Frequency: 11.541
- Reception Polarization: H
- Symbol Rate 3703
- Standard DVB-S
- FEC: 3/4
- Modulation QPSK
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