Aryeh Golan in his radio studio at Kan Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation; ‘I call this being in the cockpit’.
(photo credit: RAFI DELUYA)
Nearly two years ago Israeli radio began its usual 6 a.m. newscast with a familiar voice making this announcement: “Good morning, the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation is this moment officially launched.” The new broadcast entity, named “Kan” had overnight replaced the Israeli Broadcasting Authority, the official body which had run local radio and TV for decades.
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