journalism

Will Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation be closed by budget cuts?

The situation with the Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation is déjà vu for those who remember the fate of the Israel Broadcasting Authority.

Olmert, Netanyahu: Covering Israeli prime ministers on trial

Longtime ‘Post’ law correspondent shares standout events he witnessed from the benches of justice while reporting on premiers Olmert and Netanyah.

Grapevine January 18, 2023: Saturday night live

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Interviewing the interviewer: A 'real talk' with Hadassah Chen

Hadassah Chen, who spends a good deal of her time quizzing the famous and the not yet famous on her Real Talk show, now gets quizzed herself.

My Word: A battle of words and artificial intelligence

ChatGPT clearly has some ability to write and might truly work one future day - but for now, I’m determined to have the last word.

Journalists detained over footage of South Sudan president wetting himself

Six journalists were detained after the video circulated on social media of the President of South Sudan wetting himself at an official event.

By REUTERS
08/01/2023

Russia investigating journalist over failure to disclose Israeli citizenship

Parfyonov received Israeli citizenship in 2017, but now resides in Georgia.

Barbara Walters, groundbreaking Jewish TV host, dies at 93

Walters was raised by parents descended from Jewish immigrants who fled antisemitism in Eastern Europe.

By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
31/12/2022

A year in columns: Why put pen to paper? - opinion

I hope to be able to share more interesting topics with you, dear readers.

Investigating Israeli journalist Yisrael Frey was wrong - editorial

Freedom of speech and freedom of the press are sacred values, and if you arrest one journalist for an outrageous comment, you are paving the way to arrest others – to society’s detriment.

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