NEW YORK — It is a strange irony: Jews have been successful in the television business — but Jewish TV, not so much.
It’s not for lack of trying. Right now, no fewer than three Jewish-focused national cable channels are trying to carve out a viable niche within the already small niche for Jewish TV.
It’s a road others have taken in the past, only to reach a dead end.
Jay Sanderson, who served for 21 years as CEO of the Jewish Television Network, knows better than most.