Correspondent and Documentary Filmmaker, Israeli TV, Channel 2
Tribalism and the politics of fear in the Middle East following the Arab revolutions Judge
Itai Anghel is a correspondent and documentary filmmaker for UVDA, a weekly investigative current affairs and documentary program on Israeli TV, Channel 2, where he also worked as a senior foreign affairs correspondent. Previously, he was a correspondent and chief editor of foreign affairs at Galatz (GLZ) Radio Station. He has covered numerous conflicts in the Balkans, Africa and the Middle East where he reported on ISIS and the breakup of the region. His reporting on Congo’s civil war led Anghel to start a humanitarian organization aiding rape victims in that country. He received the Sokolov Award, the highest award for outstanding journalism in Israel, in 2017, and he is a five-time recipient of the “Best TV Documentary in Israel” award from the Israeli Forum of Documentary Filmmakers. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Tel Aviv University.