Israel news service - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Israel news service - Übersetzung nach deutsch

News in Israel; Israeli Media; Israeli news; Israeli journalism; Israeli media; Media in Israel; Israel News; Israel news; Journalism in Israel; Israel media; History of journalism in the Land of Israel; Media of Israel; List of media outlets in Israel
  • Entrance of [[Beit Sokolov]], house of the Israeli Journalists Association.
  • [[Galei Tzahal]] broadcasting van
  • Israeli newspapers in 1949
  • [[Kan 11]] reporting
  • ''[[Israel Hayom]]'' readers in Jerusalem
  • ''[[The Times of Israel]]'' offices in Jerusalem
  • ''[[Yedioth Ahronoth]]'' stand

Israel news service      
israelische Presseagentur (ITIM)
news agency         
  • Reuters, Bonn 1988
News agencies; Newswire; Press Associations and Press Agencies; News wire; News wires; Press agency; Press agencies; Wire service; Wire services; Syndication agency; News distribution; News Agencies; Wire reporter; Wire story; News Agency; Wire report
press corps         
  • Journalists at work in [[Montreal]] in the 1940s
  • The editor's office (Newsroom) of the ''[[Helsingin Sanomat]]'' in 1965
  • Bill German, editor emeritus and Page One editor Jack Breibart in the newsroom of ''[[The San Francisco Chronicle]]'' in 1994
  • Newspaper "gone to the Web" in California
News organizations; News trade; News business; News industry; News organization; News Media; Press corps; News organisation; Media (press); News report; Press media; Media news outlet; News publishing; Online news media; News Report; News outlets; News journalism; Mass news media; Media integrity; History of news media
Pressekorps, Mitglieder der Medien die an eine bestimmte Lokation gebunden sind um von dieser zu berichten (z.B. Das Weiße Haus usw.)


news agency
¦ noun an organization that collects and distributes news items.


Mass media in Israel

The mass media in Israel refers to print, broadcast and online media available in the State of Israel. The country boasts dozens of newspapers, magazines, and radio stations, which play an important role by the press in political, social and cultural life and cater it to a modern, developed and literate society.

There are over ten 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.

Censorship in Israel is exercised when it is certain that publication of the item in question would harm public safety. When an item is censored, the newspaper may appeal the censor's ruling to a "committee of three," composed of a member of the public (who serves as the chairman), a representative of the army and a representative of the press. The decisions of the committee are binding, and over the years it has in many cases overruled the decision of the censor.