New group expresses interest in Channel 10

By ROY BARAK / GLOBES
December 19, 2011 20:31

 
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A new solution is emerging o the problem of television Channel 10 and Hevrat Hahadshot (Israel News Company), which are in danger of closure. Senior managers of Channel 10, together with journalists from outside the company, have expressed interest in buying the channel from its owners. Sources inform "Globes" that senior Israeli journalists recently expressed interest in the initiative, and said that if it went ahead, they would participate.

The plan is for the channel to be floated and for the stakes of the existing shareholders to be diluted.

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