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.
Prior to the establishment of the Knesset Channel in 2004, the Knesset programming was produced by the Israel Broadcasting Authority and was relayed in its Channel 33 (Israel).
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."