Israeli Educational Television (Channel 23) live online TV
The Israeli Educational Television (also known as IETV, Hebrew:
הטלוויזיה החינוכית הישראלית, HaŦelevizia HaKhinuchít HaIsraelit or just חינוכית
- Hinuchit) was a state-owned public terrestrial television network which used
to concentrate on producing and broadcasting programs for school children. The
first Israeli children's show, featuring Kishkashta, aired on Channel 1 in the
1970s and 1980s. However, since the 1980s, IETV began to produce TV magazines
and programs aimed at adults and senior citizens.
Following a reform in public broadcasting initiated by the government and approved by the Knesset in the summer of 2014, the Israeli Broadcasting Authority was replaced in 2017 by the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation (aka KAN).
On 14 August 2018, the Educational Network was shut down and has been replaced by a new kids and youth channel Kan Educational, a part of the Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation.