List of media outlets in Yisrael
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Yisrael has a large number of print, broadcast, and Internet media outlets. All media is privately owned. It is regulated by the Royal Yisraeli Media Commission, under the purview of the Ministry of the Interior.
Yisrael has a large number of dailies, weeklies and periodicals:
- Royal Yerushalayim Dispatch - Yisrael's oldest and largest print daily newspaper, by readership and sales. It publishes in Hebrew- and Allamunnic Anglic-language editions primarily, with a limited run of papers printed in secondary languages such as Latin and Yiddish each day.
- International Financial Insider - A major global Arthuristan Anglic-language daily financial and economic newspaper based in Dervaylik, Yisrael.
- Bayis HaYehudi (lit. "Jewish Home") - a Hebrew-language weekly National-Religious newspaper with a right-wing political preference.
- HaMaariv (lit. "The Evening") - a Hebrew-language daily evening newspaper that caters to working-income- and middle-income Chilonim with a center-left-to-left editorial perspective.
- HaKiBitzer (lit. "The Idle Chatterer") - a Hebrew-language weekly tabloid magazine that engages in social and political satire.
- Gib'ul HaTzafone (lit. "The Northern Frontier") - a Hebrew- and Anglic-language weekly newspaper based in the Yarden River Valley that focuses on the Yarden Valley, the border, military news, domestic Yisraeli Christian terrorism, and local news in the Yarden Valley and Northern districts. It has a far right and extremely hawkish political orientation. Its editorial board frequently endorses the League for New Judea's candidates and policy agenda.
- Oved Yehudi HaBavli (lit. "The International Jewish Worker") - a Hebrew-language weekly newspaper that focuses on social and labor-management issues that is read primarily in urban, working-income areas. It has a left-wing political view.
- Zman Yisrael (lit. "The Times of Yisrael") - a Hebrew- and Anglic-language daily newspaper with a dedicated local-news companion extra marketed to upper-middle-income white-collar professionals who live in the metropolitan suburbs. It is politically independent and tends to attract readers who care about local news, "pocketbook issues," and vote for Action Yisrael. It is owned by the Kalian Media Group and is directly managed by members of the Kalian family.
- Channel 3: a Hebrew- and Anglic-language broadcast TV channel that focuses on local news, traffic, and weather updates. It is apolitical and non-religious. It is owned by Bel-Scip Media but has a partnership with dozens of District and local governments.
- Channel 9: an Anglic-language broadcast TV channel that focuses on Yisraeli Christian news, entertainment, and educational content. Its sole opinion political commentary show is considered center-left.
- Channel 10: a Hebrew-language-only broadcast TV channel that caters to a primarily Chiloni audience with breaking news, domestic and global sports reporting, opinion commentary with well-represented left-wing, right-wing, and centrist views, and selective evening entertainment programming. It is owned by the Dervaylik General Broadcasting Corporation, a partially foreign-owned company.
- Channel 14: an Anglic-language-only cable TV channel with an international news focus. It has a partnership with the International Financial Insider. It is owned by the Kalian Media Group.
- Channel 20: a Hebrew- and Anglic-language cable TV channel that serves the catch-all Dati sector with general news as well as religious entertainment and educational content. It is owned by Bel-Scip Media. Its opinion commentary shows favor the political right.