Bill allowing i24News to air in Israel heads to final vote

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May 9, 2017 00:32
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The Knesset Economics Committee authorized on Monday legislation that will allow the Israel-based international news channel i24News to broadcast on cable and satellite TV in Israel for a final vote.

The channel shows news in English, French and Arabic out of a studio in Jaffa, which air in Europe and the US, but the law currently only allows for 24-hour news broadcasts from abroad.

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