Top Jewish radio personality Nachum Segal and NSN (The Nachum Segal Network) will present its eighth annual “Kosher Halftime Show” on Sunday, Feb. 7, to during America’s Super Bowl LV. The show will include a highlight reel of the moments when the Jewish community rose to the challenges of 2020, along with sketches from Nachum Segal, entertainer Meir Kay and recording duo 8th Day.

NSN’s “Kosher Halftime Show” will again present a series of unique commercials from Kosher.com, Touro and Lander Colleges, HASC – A Time for Music 34, and Saymazeltov.com.

“The regular Halftime Show is an iconic American event and true spectacle,” said Segal, president and host of NSN. “The Kosher Halftime Show has become very popular for families who are looking for an appropriate show to watch and enjoy with their families. This year, we reimagined the show in order to highlight the moments of 2020 where our community shined despite a year that was overshadowed by a global pandemic and created a show that is enjoyable and shareable for all.”

The show, hosted by Segal, debuts on www.nachumsegal.com, and the network’s Facebook platform at 8 p.m. ET Feb. 7. Sponsored by The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP, Meir Kay Productions, 8th Day and Steinreich Communications the show can be followed on social media using #KHS2021.

The Nachum Segal Network is committed to providing motivating, essential and timely content to an international Jewish audience on a daily basis. The principles of its founder, Nachum Segal, guide the network and its staff by providing quality programming that appeals to a sophisticated and informed audience. Nachum Segal’s uses the network as a platform to show unity, support and care for Jews throughout the world. NSN proudly features content that is dedicated to family values and that encourages a life committed to spiritual growth and the love of Israel. For more information and live coverage visit: www.nachumsegal.com and download the NSN App.

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