This special release is part of JEM’s ‘Connection Point’ program. All addresses are presented with subtitles in English, Hebrew and Yiddish. Running time 46 minutes.
Newly obtained rare audio of Yechidus published by JEM’s ashreinu.app In honor of Yud Shevat, ashreinu.app, JEM’s audio app, has published two never before heard audio recordings of private Yechidus in the Rebbe's room. Yechidus with a Bochur, late 5720s In this Yechidus of just under 3 minutes, the Rebbe provides encouragement and advice to … Continue reading Two never before heard recordings of private Yechidus
JEM’s content launcher features every Yud Shevat moment available from throughout the years.
The My Story book brought the experience of meeting the Rebbe to life and inspired hundreds of thousands; volume two is sure to surpass that success.
Amongst the guests who traveled to New York for Yud Shevat 5746 (1985) was Avrohom Jaffe, who filmed unique footage of the happenings at 770 during that special week. This 45 minute film has now been published at JEM.tv, ahead of the release of JEM’s Yud Shevat launcher page, which will include all Yud Shevat … Continue reading Unique video published: The first ‘dollars’ distribution
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Show "Share the Light", a short Chanukah film at your event or party.
With Chanukah around the corner, we are pleased to premier Share the Light, a brand-new film for your public menorah lighting, home viewing, or other Chanukah event. Presenting Sicha excerpts and personal encounters with the Rebbe, Share the Light teaches the Rebbe’s message of the power of every Jew to spread and strengthen Judaism in … Continue reading A Film from JEM for your Chanukah event
Do you want to watch footage from 1952, the very first film of the Rebbe after accepting the Nesius? Color silent films of Yud Tes Kislev in the 60s? Or the first time a camera crew was hired to film a full Farbrengen of the Rebbe in the 70s? High quality, crystal clear full-length Farbrengens as broadcast on television in the 80s?