End of the coalition crisis?Compromise agreement hammered out to preserve Netanyahu government.
Netanyahu, Kahlon trying to resolve crisisMinister Yariv Levin meets Finance Ministry director in an attempt to end coalition crisis over public broadcaster.
Coalition Crisis: No IBA worker will be abandonedFinance Minister says he will make sure all 1,000 IBA employees who stand to lose their jobs are taken care of.
Netanyahu's cruel gamePrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is callously playing with IBA employees feelings. Possible reasons for move are worrying. Commentary.
'Who needs the new broadcaster?'Netanyahu: Coalition agreement says parties are beholden to Likud decisions on communications issues.
Journalists petition court to open new broadcasting authorityJournalists petition Supreme Court to compel Communications Minister Netanyahu to follow lawand implement Public Broadcasting Law.
Netanayhu threatens early elections over broadcasting authorityNetanyahu threatens early elections if broadcasting authorities not closed after revealing that they would cost 200 million shekels a year.
'Leftist Journalists Want To Preserve Monopoly'Minister Akunis explains why journalists opposed attempt to limit their ability to broadcast opinions.
PM Will Kill 'No Media Bias' LawNetanyahu opposes section in public broadcasting bill that would prevent journalists from opining on issues.
Journalists Livid over Law Forbidding Media BiasPublic Broadcast Law passed overnight includes section that forbids being one-sided or interjecting personal views.
Right-Wing Satire Latma Finally Reaching a TV Screen Near YouFans of the series rejoice as IBA signs contract to put Latma on air in three months, after having reneged on prior promises.
Channel Two to be Split in TwoIsrael is to get a fourth television station, under a law proposed by Communications Minister Gilad Erdan.
Channel One Off the Air, May Stay Off for AwhileThe Israel Broadcasting Authority went off the air Monday, in protest of a plan to close it down next year.
IBA Closure Bill Passes First ReadingThe Israel Broadcasting Authority will be closed next year and the television tax will be cancelled if a new law is adopted by the Knesset.
European Broadcasters Aghast Over IBA ClosureIsrael must do everything possible to preserve its public broadcasting system, the European Broadcasting Union said Monday.
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.
Lapid, Erdan: TV Tax Getting the AxeThe Israel Broadcasting Authority will be completely revamped, and the dreaded TV tax will soon be a thing of the past, officials said.
Slomiansky: Best Thing Might Be to Close Down IBAKnesset Finance Committee chairman Nissan Slomiansky says that there is a long list of problems at the Israel Broadcast Authority.
Outrage as TV Tax Man Reaches 'Beyond the Grave' for MoneyParents were aghast to learn that their sons who were killed defending Israel were still being asked to pay the TV tax.
IBA to Stop Collecting TV Tax for 'Video Monitor' TVs"Pursued" for years by collectors, Israelis who use their TV sets strictly for watching videos or DVDs will finally be getting a break.
NGO: Public Radio Favors Pro-Arab B'tselemIsrael Media Watch says Voice of Israel is lending too much credence to leftist group's reports.
Secular Israelis Learn to Count the Omer on TVFor the first time, Israel television will be broadcasting educational segments relating to the counting of the Omer
IBA Reform to Cut TV Tax, Worker SalariesA long-coveted reform in Israel's public broadcast network the Israel Broadcasting Authority, or IBA – is finally set to be launched.
Concrete Bunkers Protect Israeli TV from MissilesPart of Israel’s preparation for war includes building a new TV station under concrete bunkers 23 feet underground in Haifa.
Yesha Council Complains to IBA Over "Border Crossing" ReferenceThe Yesha Council has complained to IBA Director General Moti Sklar about its characerization of security checkposts as "border crossings."
Time Clock Wreaks Havoc at Channel 1, Israel RadioAn employee time clock being installed by management could cause cancellation of Channel One's longtime Mabat newscast.
The Voice of Israel?Voice of Israel government radio’s Aryeh Golan broadcast a favorable report on a left-wing group that staged an event where he was emcee.
Israel Broadcasting Authority Salaries Enrage ManyA report on salaries in the publicly funded Israel Broadcasting Authority has shocked many. Clean government groups demand accountability.