About us

Czech and Slovak Jewish Television

Tachles means "to the point". We know the expression, but the meaning remains unclear to many of us. Tachles comes from Hebrew word tachlit - meaning, purpose. Tachles also signifies performance, something significant. Tachles is the center, the heart, the essence, the merit of things. So let`s get to the point: we`ll talk, we`ll listen. We will watch and observe - to understand each other and make the world a better place.

Tachles is trying to fill out the information hole in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Tachles TV brings viewers information from home, abroad, culture, history, religion and also opens up topics that bother the Jewish community.

Tachles TV serves to get to know each other`s cultures and opens the doors of closed chambres, showing that they are not mysterious, but interesting and inspiring. Tachles TV looks for facts and connections. Tachles TV breaks cultural and religious stereotypes and seeks to bring the Jewish and non-Jewish communities closer together.

Editorial board

Mgr. Pavol Miller, MBA
Mgr. Pavol Miller, MBA
Recognized sales and marketing executive with a 24-year career in senior positions in the international media market, including HBO CEE, UPC Broadband Slovakia, ducktv, TVIQ Channel, FTV Prima and TV JOJ.
Media expert in the field of television programming, building and operating digital online platforms and the executive of television programming services.
Martin Šmok
Martin Šmok
Member of the boards of directors of the Jewish Museum in Prague and Lindat /
Clariah-CZ (formerly Lindat-Clarin), the Czech center for certified storage
data and natural language processing services for the digital humanities.
OpenEye, z.s.
Chairman of the Czech NGO dedicated to primary historical research and creation
curricula-based curricula using the current
status context for connecting the history of textbooks with places of everyday life
life today.
Michael Szatmary
Michael Szatmary
He was born in the mid-1970s and after graduating from high school he went to live in Israel, where he later studied political science and international relations at the University of Haifa. He obtained a master's degree at the University of Trnava. He applied his professional skills in journalism and the media. He worked in advertising and PR and later for 12 years in the television news TA3 and Markíza. As irreplaceable everywhere, he didn't have a chance to advance higher in his career, so he decided to go free and fulfill his dream - to become a tv host and stand-up comedian.
Robert Haas
Robert Haas
An experienced television professional. He currently works as a journalism editor RTVS | Košice. Produces and edits journalistic reports and documents for the programs REGINA, HELLO SLOVAKIA, NECELEBRITY, ORIENTATION. In the past, he also worked as the Chief Editor of Intelligence for Eastern Slovakia RTVS | Košice where he edited news programs and managed a team of regional correspondents for RTVS news.
Jana Keeble
Jana Keeble
Vice-Dean for Foreign affairs at the Film and Television Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, Project Manager of ŽNO Bratislava. He collaborates in the creation, promotion and financing of Slovak student films and co-productions.

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