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News programs are good and getting better, but the entertainment shows are somewhat juvenile.
Bills allow i24 News to be broadcast in Israel.
Israel's future participation in question; Portugal takes win, Israel ranks 23rd
New broadcaster Kan acquires star journalists
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
24/7 coverage produced locally could articulate a unique voice not heard elsewhere.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
“It [the IBC] has a budget of NIS 700 million of public money, and it is run without oversight; it runs itself,” continued Elkin.
By JEREMY SHARON
Geula Even-Sa’ar’s appointment is ‘a childish demonstration of defiance,’ associates say.
The IBC, whose establishment has been the subject of a heated debate threatening to cause a rift in the government, has started hiring its senior staff.
This also means an end to English-language broadcasts on Israel’s public service, such as the IBA News.
The nightly half-hour news broadcasts have been arranged through a syndication agreement between ILTV and METV (Middle East Television).
Officially, the law is meant to allow the government extra time to prepare for the change in public broadcasting, but Kan said it is ready to begin working.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Screenwriters’ Guild chairman Amit Lior holds a traveling hunger strike against the bureaucracy.
It is high time to close down the public broadcasters – all of them, including Galatz.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
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