Journalist, Commentator on International Affairs, Editor and Anchorman of TV and Radio Broadcasts, Writer and Lecturer.
Oren Nahari has over 35 years of experience in public broadcasting. He brought thousands of reports, in-depth documentaries, interviews and articles, as well as special programs from all over the world. He edited and presented various television and radio programs.
Nahari led the Foreign News Desk of Israel’s Broadcasting Authority (IBA).
He is one of the founders, producers and editors of innovative foreign news programs that are considered the most profound and appreciated in Israel: “Seeing the World”, “Globus”, “Global Coverage” and “The International Hour”. Nahari interviewed US President George W. Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the Dalai Lama, S.A. President Nelson Mandela, Authors such as Ian McEwan, Paolo Coelho and many others.
Author of bestselling non-fiction books, among them: “The Encyclopedic Atlas of the World”, “The Historical Atlas of the World”, “Dictionary of Personages”. Editor of the Hebrew edition and author of the Israeli entries of: “Speeches that Changed the World,” “Women Who Changed the World” and more.
Nahari lectures in Israel and abroad on various issues to various audiences – universities, research institutes, private and public organizations and institutions.
1989 & 1990 – “Golden Apple” Award for the foreign news program “Seeing the World”.
2013 – The JDC-Israel Smollar Press Prize for the Coverage of Jewish Affairs.
2016 – IBA Award for exposing the Abbas story.