Future of Channel 10 brighter, as state agrees to NIS 65 million loan
Israel has agreed to loan Channel 10 NIS 65 million as part of a plan to help it repay its longstanding debts to the government.
Financially troubled Channel 10 has reached an agreement with the Finance Ministry and the Prime Minister's Office on a payment plan for an old debt it owes the government. The deal taking shape is based on a plan worked out by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's director general, Harel Locker, which will provide for the extension of Channel 10's license until November 2015 and give the station a government loan...
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