MKs pass law keeping Channel 10 alive for at least another two years
Legislation also benefits Channel 3, after it demanded would be given same concessions as its competitor.
The Knesset passed legislation Friday that threw a lifeline to financially-strapped Channel 10, keeping the television station running despite the mountain of debt it owes the government. The channel’s license had been due to expire at the end of the month.
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