Opinion

The Israeli News Industry After Netanyahu

By Opinion March 8, 2019

The expected charges against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu—bribery, fraud, and breach of trust—are also charges against large parts of the Israeli news industry. For an Israeli journalist like me, the 57-page document Israel’s Attorney General Avichai … Read more

What’s Wrong with Philanthro-Journalism?

By Opinion January 30, 2019

Funding by private foundations plays a vital role in filling the gaps often left by mainstream news coverage, especially in important areas like investigative, international, and local journalism. In the case of international news, for example, six … Read more