Arab language newspaper, owned by the Israeli Communist Party. Founded in 1944, Headquarters in Haifa. Circulation: NOT PROVIDED. Go to Website
Hebrew language financial daily newspaper. Founded in the early 1980s, Tel-Aviv. Circulation: 35,000. Go to Website
Hebrew and English editions. Founded in 1918. Tel-Aviv. Circulation: 72,000. Go to Website
Hebrew language free newspaper. Founded in 2007. Circulation: 325,000 daily, 550,000 weekends. Go to Website.
Hebrew language free daily newspaper. Founded 2007. Tel-Aviv. Circulation: 200,000 a week. No website address provided.
Founded as The Palestine Post in 1932. Hebrew and English daily Editions. Jerusalem. Circulation: 50,000 daily weekdays, 80,000 weekends. International edition: 40,000. Go to Website.
Arabic language weekly newspaper founded in 1987. Nazareth, distributed also in the West Bank. Circulation: 38,000. No website address provided.
Hebrew and English language newspaper founded 1948. Tel-Aviv. Circulation: 90,000. Go to website.
Hebrew and English language daily newspaper founded in 1939. Tel Aviv. Circulation: 300,000 weekdays, 600,000 weekends. Go to English Website.
NOTE: THIS LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE. IT INCLUDES ONLY THE MAIN PUBLICATIONS. FOR A COMPLETE LIST GO TO "LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN ISRAEL"
i24News. Israeli International 24-hour news and current affairs channel. Broadcasts in Hebrew, French, English and Arabic. Based in Jaffa. Go to Website
For a complete list of Israeli channels, go to the wikipedia page.
For a full list of Radio Stations, visite the wikipedia page.
Kol Israel "Reshet Aleph" and "Reshet Beth" are owned by the Israel Broadcasting Authority and are the main stations for news for most Israelis. Website: KAN English News