Chapter 1: The public’s right not to know: What is it like to be an ultra-orthodox journalist and operate within a very rigid system of laws, in which there is more forbidden than permitted?

Chapter 2: “And you will do everything that you are told”: the uniqueness of the world of ultra-orthodox journalism was reflected in the dramatic 2020 election.

Chapter 3. Guards on your walls: New forces are entering the world of ultra-Orthodox media that threaten to break down the walls that have fortified it until today.

Chapter 4. “We have sinned before you”: the period of forgiveness prompts a reexamination of professional choices and their consequences.

Fifth and last episode: In the end, everything is heard: The journalists are forced to decide whether they are more ultra-Orthodox or more journalists.

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