Israel

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

The Israeli Press under Pressure

By Features February 27, 2017

Over the first few weeks of 2017, Israeli TV news viewers have been exposed to conversations Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has held in recent years with Arnon Mozes, publisher of some of the biggest newspapers and websites in Israel, including … Read more

Caught in the Crossfire

By Niemans @ Work September 11, 2014

Over the past year, Holly Williams, NF ’08, a correspondent for CBS News, has covered conflicts in Iraq and Ukraine. Earlier this summer she made her first trip to Gaza: On my eighth morning in Gaza, I woke up … Read more