The Silent Network

Following a 21-year hiatus, The Silent Network, a television network aimed at deaf and hard of hearing viewers, launched as a Broadband Network on the Internet on Tuesday, November 1, 2011.  The network began in 1979 as a cable network with a slate of original programs presented in sign language, subtitles and full sound that ultimately was seen in more than 17 million households.  Featured on the new Broadband Network will be the entertaining children’s series “Happy Hands Kid’s Klub” with comedian-mime CJ Jones, and “Grandma’s House” with Fran Ripplinger. Other programs will include a talk show and a
variety-entertainment series.

The Silent Network can be seen at: