“Three months ago I participated in a cross-country cycling trip with a group called Geerz that empowers youth through informal education revolving around cycling excursions."
News programs are good and getting better, but the entertainment shows are somewhat juvenile.
An injunction issued by the court on Sunday night stopped the splitting of the news department from the new Israel Broadcasting Corporation (Kan) until petitions against it have been heard.
There were numerous references made to Israel Radio throughout the day, along with remarks about a fresh start and the station’s new slogan – Kan v’achshav – which translates as “here and now.”
The court issued the temporary injunction after accepting a petition lodged by Zionist Union MK Eitan Cabel and others who were protesting the eighth amendment to the Public Broadcasting Law.
The channel might be funded by the government, but Kan belongs to Israel’s citizens
Israel's future participation in question; Portugal takes win, Israel ranks 23rd
After over eight decades of history, public broadcasting is scheduled to start anew on Monday
Political meddling in the media must end.
While Ms. Costanzo understandably presents a benign façade, these and other details have been documented by NGO Monitor.