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Israel's Netta arrives for the news conference after winning the Grand Final of Eurovision.

Media Comment: Behind-the-scenes treachery?

Not only will the IPBC orchestrate the next Eurovision contest in Israel, but Barzilai’s feat ascertained that the IPBC will not be broken into two parts.

By YISRAEL MEDAD , ELI POLLAK
04/07/2018

Israel to broadcast 2018 FIFA World Cup to Arab states for free

Will Arab soccer fans turn to Israel for free World Cup coverage in Arabic?

13/03/2018
FILE PHOTO: Employees work in the offices of Kan, the new Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation, i

Kan reports rise in ratings

1.675 million people listen to Kan radio stations on a daily basis.

The future of Israeli TV is on the line

There’s no money left and there’s no hope that additional funds might appear in the near future.

Arye Deri at the President's residence, January 31, 2013.

Media comment: Kan- go home

It was a huge struggle to get the word “Israel” into the official name of the public broadcaster.

By YISRAEL MEDAD , ELI POLLAK
25/10/2017

Israel confirmed for 2018 Eurovision

But with court ruling on IBC still ahead, future participation remains in jeopardy.

04/10/2017
PALESTINIANS GATHER in a coffee ship in Hebron, where a TV screen shows US President Donald Trump an

Government declarations about diversity in media are a deception

Netanyahu and his right-wing government’s desire to restrict the media and to use it for their own needs is transparent.

By EDAN RING
24/07/2017
FILE PHOTO: Employees work in the offices of Kan, the new Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation, i

Growing pains: KAN’s first month on the air

News programs are good and getting better, but the entertainment shows are somewhat juvenile.

Channel 1 news anchor Geula Even Sa'ar

Finally, live and on air

Kan hits the airwaves with a whole slate of programming, including ‘Carpool Karaoke’

15/05/2017
ARIEH O’SULLIVAN, ‘IBA English News’ anchor, plays the blues as the Israel Broadcasting Authority is

Court cites ‘elephant in the room’ in criticism of broadcast law

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.

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