Justice Minister: Enough with bullying from LikudJustice Minister Ayelet Shaked explains her call for haredim to become journalists, while touching on party tensions with the Likud.
After stormy debate, Public Broadcasting Corp. to open in 2017After a hail of criticism, Netanyahu bows to Minister Erdan's peace plan for Israel's new public broadcasting corporation.
Angry Akunis Claims PM Was Aware of 'No Media Bias' LawAfter leaving post in Communications Ministry over journalistic bias clause, Ofir Akunis alleges PM was aware of the law beforehand.
Netflix Coming to Israel But Under Whose Watch?Entry of world's largest streaming service into Israeli market could prove serious threat to Yes and Hot cable providers.
Strikes Suspended in Broadcasting Authority DealDeal reached between Communications Ministry and Histadrut on law which would have seen the dismissal of hundreds of IBA employees.
Government Approves Preliminary Proposal to Cancel TV TaxBill to see IBA closed and reopened under new management; MKs rally behind the bill after landslide vote.
Egypt in Uproar Over Five Minute Interview With IsraeliA quick interview with an Israeli reporter on a problem affecting both countries has led to calls for a ministerial shakeup in Egypt
Missionary Radio Ad Blocked by Yad L'AchimA seemingly innocuous radio ad aimed at people in emotional distress turned out to be a targeted Christian missionary campaign.
Journalist Yaakov Achimeir Named for Israel PrizeVeteran journalist, who has worked at TV's Channel 1 since the 1970s, has received Sokolov Prize.
Government Sacks IBA ManagementMinister Moshe Kahlon told the Likud central committee last night he has replaced the IBA management with like-minded people; left furious.