About Us

We are a group of independent Palestinian journalists and editors who work on a strictly professional level without favoring one political party over another or any religion over another.

We report from a Palestinian perspective as we see that the media is rife with Israeli sources. We strive to empower the Palestinian people and their cause, particularly that of nonviolent resistance to occupation. We began in 2002 and have radio, television, and several languages to choose from on our website. PNN has won the confidence of the people in addition to local and international press agencies by providing quick, accurate, credible and objective news.

We offer a desk-top news ticker, SMS service and widget capabilities for our breaking news. PNN also works to provide media services to institutions and individuals, both local and foreign. Through its television production division, the network produces documentaries and also assists in their production for those seeking this service. PNN offers photography, director and montage services in addition to providing the necessary facilities required for this line of work.

PNN is the first Palestinian internet radio station that broadcasts around the clock by putting a number of taped and live programs on the website, to which a web user can listen.

PNN endorses the idea of supporting and strengthening the role of the local Palestinian media through unifying news sources and publishing news bulletins simultaneously to a number of radio stations in the West Bank and Gaza. Given that PNN has a network of professional reporters and editors distributed throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip and since a number of them work with local Palestinian radio stations, PNN decided to take on this pioneer role to strengthen and endorse the local media and hence help to build Palestinian society in reaching its utmost potential.

Our team is spread throughout the Middle East and Europe, including Paris, Cairo, Beirut, Amman, and everywhere in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.

We do not necessarily “lead with the blood of the day,” but that is a part of the daily life experienced by the residents of the land. However, other aspects of life are equally important including culture, art, internal politics, finance, effects of the occupation on all aspects of life, and foremost the nonviolent Palestinian resistance.