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Marc J. Rauch is a multi-award winning TV/film writer, producer, and director, and has been a broadcasting and marketing executive since 1975. Marc lectures on various subjects concerning broadcasting, new media, and the Middle East at conferences and seminars throughout the U.S. and Europe. He has authored a book on advertising and has had several business and industry articles published in a variety of related magazines.

ARTICLES BY: Marc J. Rauch


February 13, 2014 11:48 am
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Being Anti-Israel is Being Anti-Semitic

What I'm really trying to understand are those insane Irish people. I mean what's wrong with just simply being part of England. England is a...

October 30, 2013 9:12 am
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Extinguishing the Fires of Anti-Israel Agitation (REVIEW)

"Financing the Flames" is very troubling, but then that's nothing new for an Edwin Black book since all of his works studiously reveal facts and...

Culture

Chinese Dreidels With Mandarin Lettering Designed for Kaifeng Jewish Community

Hundreds of dreidels with lettering in Mandarin Chinese were designed and produced for...

Eilat Miss Universe Contest to Go Forward Despite Omicron, Minister Says

Israel will host the Miss Universe beauty pageant in the Red Sea resort...

World

University of Toronto Student Union Slammed for Barring Pro-Israel Kosher F...

Canadian Jewish groups demanded "concrete action" from the University of Toronto administration after a student union resolution called for sourcing...

Israel

Bones of Herzl’s Grandparents to Be Brought to Israel

JNS.org - The president of the Republika Srpska, of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, agreed on Monday to help exhume the bones of the grandfather and grandmother of...

Middle East

Lebanese Protesters Block Roads Over Economic Meltdown

Demonstrators, some of them burning tires, blocked roads across parts of Lebanon on Monday in protest at the country's economic meltdown, days after the Lebanese pound sank to new lows. Lebanon's...

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