Israel Broadcasting Authority
Israel Broadcasting Authority ( IBA; Hebrew: רָשׁוּת השׁידוּר, Rashùt Ha - Shidúr ) is the public broadcaster of Israel.
It came from the radio station Kol Israel ( Voice of Israel ), which, broadcasting resumed with the reading of the Israeli declaration of independence on the day of the founding of Israel, May 14, 1948. In 1951 Kol Israel in Israel Broadcasting Service, 1965, renamed by the Knesset in Israel Broadcasting Authority.
Broadcasts via television ( black and white ) were from 2 May 1968 color television from 13 January 1981, approved and executed. In addition, since 1990 there is the Second Israeli Broadcasting Authority.