Leftists Mad after TV gets 'Tough' with TerroristFatah's Jibril Rajoub receives less than friendly treatment on Channel 2; some see media history made.
News Editor Admits Media Bias on TerrorA fire bomb was thrown on a car in the Etzion Bloc. Radio editor: “if it weren't my brother, it wouldn't be on the radio.”
Lieberman: Journalists are LiarsForeign Minister says Channel 10 is 'blackmailing' officials involved in the investigation against him.
Haaretz: 'Clarification' for Anti-Israel PoisonAfter falsely accusing Israelis of supporting apartheid against Arabs, radical leftist paper publishes tiny clarification.
Maariv Workers Protest: No Yom Kippur PaperHundreds of employees marched to protest sale, fearing massive layoffs. Maariv: Most employees to remain.
Adelson's Newspaper: We didn't Kill CompetitorIsrael Hayom and Haaretz are blamed for "wanting Maariv dead" as Maariv collapses. Yediot, too, is firing staff.
Toddlers Begin New School Year – for FreePrime Minister compliments himself for affording free education from age 3, mentions "adorable" Barak.
Press Revealing Israel's Weak Spots, Says GeneralMaj. Gen. (res.) Dan Harel says Egypt is turning into a strategic problem.
Self-Immolator Reminds Nationalists of 2 OthersAs press promotes story of man who set himself ablaze, nationalists remember two similar tragic protests in 2005 that were ignored.
Ha'aretz Editor: Tsunami Bigger News than FogelsHa'aretz publisher Amos Schocken justifies decision not to place murder of Fogels as top headline.
Over 2/3 of Jews See Press Bias on ShalitPoll results revealed in stormy debate on press slant at 9th Jerusalem Conference.
Latest 'Exclusion': Candle Lighting in Mixed UnitYediot Aharonot leads with – apparently inaccurate – story about hassidic singer who asked women to "go to the back."
Court: Photos of Rioters to be Placed in SafePress photographer says police violating her right in demanding she hand over photos of Jewish rioters
Israeli Press Tries to Save Iran from AttackSegments of the Israeli press are mounting a campaign to prevent what they see as an imminent strike on Iranian nuclear facilities.
Syria Imposes No-Film ZoneSyria is imposing difficulties on press coverage of disturbances. Missing reporters freed.
PA Bars Israeli Press LiaisonsForeign Press Association to examine PA's recent statement that journalists are 'not welcome' if visiting under auspices of Israeli groups.
Press Dogfight over Gaza, DogsHa'aretz's Gideon Levy admits (sort of) the front page story about a dog's funeral was not published during Cast Lead but three years earlier.
NGO: Punish Shiloach JournalistsMedia monitoring group says video of incident shows press were 'an active part' of the event and wants their press cards suspended.
End of Paper's 30 Year Reign?Survey shows Yisrael Hayom with 35% public exposure, just more than anti-Netanyahu Yediot Acharonot, which has led the paper pack for 30 years.