Kan 11: The corporation's main channel, replacing the IBA's Channel 1 and primarily broadcasting news, current affairs and cultural programs.
The Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC; Hebrew: תאגיד השידור הישראלי, romanized: Ta'agid HaShidur HaYisra'eli, lit. 'Israeli Broadcasting Corporation'; Arabic: هيئة البث الإسرائيلي, romanized: Hayyat al-Bathi al-Isrāʼīlī) is the state broadcaster of Israel. The IPBC carries the blanket branding Kan in Hebrew (Hebrew: כאן, lit. 'Here'), and Makan in Arabic (Arabic: مكان, lit. 'A place').
After multiple delays due to disagreements over its structure brought upon by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the IPBC officially began its radio and television operations on 15 May 2017, succeeding the Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA) as state broadcaster.Its formal goals include promoting the expansion of knowledge, Israeli culture, and innovation in broadcasting.
Channel 2 (Hebrew: ערוץ שתיים, romanized: Arutz Shtaim), also called "The Second Channel" (Hebrew: הערוץ השני, romanized: HaArutz HaSheni) was an Israeli commercial television channel. It started doing experimental broadcasts funded by the television tax. The channel started commercial broadcasting in 4 November 1993 regulated and managed by The Second Authority for Television and Radio.
In its first years, the channel was operated by three broadcasters ("Keshet", "Reshet", and "Telad"), and in 2005 only two broadcasters were left while "Telad" stopped broadcasting due to its loss in the Second Authority's auction.
i24news (English) is a satellite and internet television station from Tel Aviv, Israel, providing News and Talk shows. i24news produces and broadcasts news and talk programs designed to cover international news with an Israeli perspective. More than 100 journalists of different nationalities and faiths produce the news, talk shows and news magazine content.
Global news broadcasting live from around the world bringing you the day’s biggest stories from the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East
Arutz Sheva 7 ( חדשות ערוץ 7) is a broadcast television station in Beit El, Israel, providing News and Talk shows. Also known as Israel National News, Arutz Sheva 7 produces and airs news and talk shows about Zionist issues in English.
Arutz Shevav is an Israeli media network identifying with Religious Zionism. It offers online news articles in Hebrew, English, and Russian, as well as live streaming radio, video and free podcasts.
It also publishes a weekly newspaper, B'Sheva, with the third-largest weekend circulation in the country.
i24news (Arabic) is a satellite and internet television station from Tel Aviv, Israel, providing News and Talk shows. i24news produces and broadcasts news and talk programs designed to cover international news with an Israeli perspective, considering all facets of Israeli society, in an effort to connect Israel to the world and the world to Israel.
More than 100 journalists of different nationalities and faiths produce the news, talk shows and news magazine content from the Jaffa port as a symbol of the social, cultural and religious diversity of Israeli society.