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"Stay in your homes, the story is not over...there is more to come," read the ominous text.
Gilad Erdan signed an order on Thursday barring the Palestinian Authority-funded station F48 from operating from its headquarters in the Northern Israeli city of Nazareth.
The Finance Ministry has been withholding funds from the IBA, making it increasingly difficult for the public broadcasting service to meet its operational costs and to pay for new productions.
Israel's future participation in question; Portugal takes win, Israel ranks 23rd
By AMY SPIRO
After over eight decades of history, public broadcasting is scheduled to start anew on Monday
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A first-person account from an IBA journalist looking back on decades of reporting as the saga over the Authority's future draws to an end.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN
David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s founding prime minister, didn’t like the concept of public broadcasting, according to Rivlin, and instead wanted state broadcasting he could control.
When the Palestine Broadcast Service was founded in 1936, It broadcast in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The entire public sector will strike in protest over the firing of hundreds of Israel Broadcasting Authority employees.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Despite being at the center of a heated coalition debate that is threatening to send Israel to early elections, the Israel Broadcasting Corporation forges ahead with preparations for its launch.
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