Barel was passionate about the importance of an English-language news broadcast, and the prevelence of such today shows he was ahead of his time.
KAN said its decision to fire Aharish was part of its staff cutbacks due to the coronavirus cutback, but we don't buy it.
Aharish is a veteran journalist and presenter who has appeared on many networks, including i24 and the now-defunct Channel 10.
Sa'ar vows to win 40 seats if he beats Netanyahu
After airing a report regarding the unreliable nature of Kosher certificates, Kan were told to issue and apology due to various inaccuracies found within the report.
“We must bring to justice whoever perpetrates an act of vandalism and takes the law into his own hands,” acting Ashdod Mayor Avi Amsalem told Kan.
A new series which began this week on KAN 11, shows a different aspect of religious life – the unfettering of women whose husbands deny them a halachic divorce.
We will not retract our previous conclusion that KAN is a burden on the Israeli taxpayer and should be closed. But we do note that currently, it is much more balanced.
The fire was put under control, and despite the place becoming a place for homeless people, none were hurt during the fire.