PM calls emergency Knesset meeting to save Channel 10

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December 16, 2012 20:07

 
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The Knesset will hold an emergency session to ensure Channel 10 continues broadcasting, following an agreement by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Knesset Reuven Rivlin on Sunday.

The Knesset will discuss the agreement between Prime Minister's Office Director-General Harel Locker and the channel's management, as well as an extension of Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon's tenure, and continued funding of local news for six months.

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