Supermodel, who has hosted 'X-Factor,' will probably run show with Zvika Hadar
Interviewer was warned not to ask questions in Hebrew or discuss Lebanese decision to ban the film because Gadot is Israeli, but did both
The campaign is designed to encourage Israeli industry to use natural gas and thus reduce costs and air pollution, the ministry says
Injunction comes as public broadcaster begins first day of operations
Netanayhu fought to kill the new broadcaster, but, failing that, put together deal to split its news division, but top court says not so fast
Israel Broadcasting Authority's successor, Kan, will go on the air side by side with a separate news corporation
The practice was simple: If you don't speak about sexual violence, it doesn't exist. Then these three started a Haredi awareness revolution
With an emotional signoff, Israel's longest-running TV news program has run its last broadcast
Israel's Army Radio Head Orders Staff to Stop Using 'West Bank,' Calling It a Palestinian Expression
The term 'the territories,' should be used instead, station director Yaron Dekel says; while the station added that the directive is not new
More independent in the last year, Amos Regev didn't replace critical reporter on Netanyahu's plane and number of Sara Netanyahu's pictures in the free daily diminished
New news corporation would have to be formed and staffed in only a week in order to hit May 15 deadline.
After workers' disruptions held at various government agencies, Histadrut head calls for nationwide labor dispute, but hasn't detailed views on plans for new broadcasting entity.
Only a handful of overseas companies have barred local ads.
Foresight soars after Mobileye-Intel deal; Welfare minster cited by Securities Authority lawyer for possible ethics violations; Assets grow 3.6% in 2016; Tel Aviv shares end lower as bank rally stalls.
The controversial legislation is being delayed and probably wont reach the Knesset in its current session.
New bill exposed by TheMarker exposes plan to create political control over Israels public broadcasters.
Under legislation being prepared by Communications Ministry, all figures of authority would be appointed by politicians.
For International Women's Day, TheMarker finds businesswomen are more likely to be asked about gender, family and cooking in TV and newspaper interviews than businessmen.
David Davidovich raises bid for company that owns daily, wins receiver Bank Leumi's support.
The plan would make Kan answerable to a separate new unified broadcasting authority and its political appointees.