Telad bids farewell to Channel Two contract

October 30, 2005 08:40


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Telad, the company that has held the broadcast contract for Channel 2 for the last 12 years, went off the air Saturday night. Beginning on Tuesday, contractors Reshet and Keshet will divide responsibility for Channel 2 broadcasts, Army Radio reported. Throughout the weekend, the channel's viewers were treated to a gala broadcast of popular Telad shows, including Florentin, Ha'Hartzufim, The Kameri Quintet, and Comedy Store. The studio held a farewell party on Saturday that was attended by many Telad stars.

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