The Israeli-based ILTV daily news outlet has launched ILTV+, a new subscription-based application for users around the world on “Everything Israel.”

For the past seven years, ILTV’s main goal has been to “present the truth about Israel directly from Israel.” ILTV’s Israel News Daily, co-anchored by Aaron Poris and Lidar Gravé-Lazi, is broadcast on over a dozen channels in the United States, Canada and Europe to millions of viewers on a daily basis.

Now, with the launch of ILTV+, the station is branching out looking towards the future, transitioning all their full programming to the new application and ceasing to post their full daily news programs on social media. The programs will continue to be broadcast across all television channels and on Israel’s El Al airlines.

“The world is changing, and we are changing with it,” Tom Zadok, General Manager of ILTV in Israel said. “We are setting up the new platform to create direct contact with viewers, without intermediaries and without censorship. We want to show the real Israel as we see it, and we are committed to bringing our viewers the latest news and the best content.”

According to Zadok, shifting the programming to the new app will give ILTV the flexibility to continue to develop and present compelling content about Israel.

Currently, ILTV+ includes original news content with the addition of daily morning news-briefs, direct engagement with the reporters and the ILTV team, live streams from holy sites, exclusive lectures and interviews, 4k virtual tours of major Israeli cities, high-tech news, cooking programs, lifestyle content, entertainment and new original content added daily.

The new ILTV+ app is available for download on iOS, TvOS, Android, Android TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire devices.

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