There are over 10 different languages in the Israeli media, with Hebrew as the predominant one. Press in Arabic caters to the Arab citizens of Israel, with readers from areas including those governed by the Palestinian National Authority. During the eighties and nineties, the Israeli press underwent a process of significant change as the media gradually came to be controlled by a limited number of organizations, whereas the papers published by political parties began to disappear. Today, three large, privately owned conglomerates based in Tel Aviv dominate the mass media in Israel.
Israel has a large number of dailies, weeklies and periodicals, all privately owned.
B’Sheva – Hebrew-language weekly religious newspaper.
Calcalist – Hebrew-language daily business newspaper.
Globes – Hebrew-language daily business newspaper (with online English edition).
Haaretz – Israel’s oldest daily newspaper with Hebrew and English editions.
Hamodia – daily Haredi newspaper with Hebrew, English and French editions.
Israel Hayom – Hebrew-language free daily newspaper (with online English edition).
Israel Post – Hebrew-language free daily newspaper.
Al-Ittihad – Arabic-language daily communist newspaper.
The Jerusalem Post – Israel’s oldest English-language newspaper.
Kul al-Arab – Arabic-language weekly newspaper.
Maariv – Hebrew-language daily newspaper.
Makor Rishon – Hebrew-language weekly newspaper.
TheMarker – Hebrew-language business media.
Vesti – Russian-language daily newspaper.
Yated Ne’eman – daily Haredi newspaper with Hebrew and English editions.
Yedioth Ahronoth – Hebrew-language daily newspaper.
Channel 2 – Hebrew-language television channel, the most popular in Israel.
Channel 9 – Russian-language television channel.
Channel 10 – Hebrew-language television channel.
Channel 20 – Hebrew-language television channel aimed at Jewish audience.
Galei Tzahal – Hebrew-language general interest radio station.
Galgalatz – Hebrew-language radio station broadcasting music, traffic reports and news.
i24news – international news television channel in English, French and Arabic.
Israel Broadcasting Authority – public broadcaster.
Channel 1 – Hebrew-language television channel.
Channel 33 – Arabic-language television channel.
IBA News – organization producing news in 14 languages.
Israeli Educational Television – Hebrew-language television channel for children.
Radio Israel – radio service.
Reka – multilingual division of Radio Israel.
Knesset Channel – Hebrew-language political television channel.
Kol Chai – Hebrew-language radio station aimed at Orthodox audience.
Arutz Sheva – radio station and website in Hebrew, English and Russian.
Debkafile – intelligence website in Hebrew and English.
Jerusalem Online – written and video news website in English.
Kikar HaShabbat – Hebrew-language Haredi website.
Mida – online magazine in Hebrew and English
Nana 10 – Hebrew-language web portal.
The Times of Israel – news website in English, Arabic, French and Chinese.
TLV1 – English-language internet radio station.
Walla! – Hebrew-language web portal.
Ynet – Hebrew-language news website.
Ynetnews – English-language news website.
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