The Israel Broadcasting Authority, which is gradually losing its star
broadcasters, is about to lose the services of television sports anchorman and
reporter Bonnie Ginzburg.
A retired soccer player, Ginzburg joined the
IBA 11 years ago.
In tendering his resignation to the IBA management,
Ginzburg said that the IBA had been a second home for him and that he was highly
appreciative of all the opportunities he had been given to build up his
He also expressed the hope that all those who are in one way or
another involved in trying to bring about the reforms to the IBA, will succeed
in overcoming their differences and will begin to implement the reforms as soon
as possible, because to do so is the only way to ensure that the public
broadcasting service will continue to exist.
Other well known
broadcasters are also expected to leave in the coming months.
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