Open-ended labor action would encompass all government offices, host of other institutions
Along with the PM, who has done an about-face and decided against creating a new public broadcasting agency, Likud MKs David Bitan and Yoav Kish seem to have other motives for seeking to rehabilitate the good old broadcaster.
Former communications minister behind initiative says the calculations are incorrect.
In apparent shift, education minister says he will 'flow with the PM' on new broadcasting corporation; seems less concerned about press freedom.
CEO demands new chairman's ouster as Shas mayors take case to Israel's Supreme Court.
Party leader Arye Dery slams appointee, Netanyahu aide Rami Sadan, for 'despicable' anti-Mizrahi comments, reported in Haaretz. Sadan tries damage control as Channel 10 launches inquiry.
Walla news site provides positive coverage of the Netanyahus, but will now be directly competing in the free daily market with Israel Hayom.
Igal Sarna slapped with libel suit for Facebook post about incident that the Netanyahus vehemently deny ever took place.
As traditional media have cut jobs and salaries, the next generation of communications students sees their future in public relations.
A growing media cacophony of print, TV and digital has made public relations more indispensable than ever to politicians and businesses.