The Knesset Channel (Hebrew: ערוץ 99 - ערוץ הכנסת; Arutz Tish'im VeTesha - Arutz HaKnesset, "Channel 99 - Knesset Channel") is a public Israeli terrestrial channel that broadcasts the sessions of the Knesset as well as some other programs concerning the Israeli parliament.
|Availability||Israel (digital terrestrial broadcast and free satellite transmission, via cable and satellite subscribe)|
|Owner||Second News Company|
|3 May 2004|
It is available via digital terrestrial broadcast and via open satellite. It is also relayed in the TV-subscribing companies: digital cable channel 99, analog cable channel 41, yes channel 99. Satellite reception details:
- Orbital location: 4°W (AMOS-3 satellite)
- Central Frequency: 11,625 MHz
- Polarization: Vertical
- Signal Ratio: 3000
- FEC: 3/4
- Azimuth to satellite: 236° (in Israel)
- Elevation to satellite: 34.1° (in Israel)
It is also available on the internet. The channel is an operated by the "Second News Company."